Autoimmune Disease Treatment in Coimbatore

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What is an Autoimmune disorder?

The immune system mistakenly attacks the various parts of the body and starts to attack its cells. Normally, our immune systems protect us against illnesses caused by bacteria and viruses. Whenever it detects a foreign invasion, it dispatches an army of fighter cells to combat it. However, in an autoimmune condition, our immune system mistakenly affects our own body parts and causes damage. This is usually due to a complex interaction between genetic and environmental factors. An autoimmune doctor who specializes in autoimmune conditions (Rheumatologist) can help in treating the condition and in preventing the spread of the disorder.

Warning signs that might indicate an Autoimmune disease:

autoimmune disease treatment in coimbatore

Achy muscles and joints

signs of autoimmune diseases

Tiredness

signs of autoimmune diseases

Puffiness and redness of skin

signs of autoimmune diseases

Fever of a mild intensity

signs of autoimmune diseases

Concentration issues

signs of autoimmune diseases

Tingling and numbness in the hands and feet

signs of autoimmune diseases

Hair thinning

signs of autoimmune diseases

Rashes on the skin

Individual diseases may have their own set of symptoms.

Symptoms of autoimmune illnesses such as psoriatic arthritis or rheumatoid arthritis may arise and then subside. An increase in symptoms is indicative of a flare-up and remission is a period in which the symptoms disappear.

Understanding the numerous types of Autoimmune diseases:

Understanding the diagnostic tests involved in identifying Autoimmune disorders:

Autoimmune symptoms are sometimes vague, overlapping with symptoms of other illnesses, notably other autoimmune disorders. It can be difficult to identify an autoimmune disease accurately because of this.

Lupus, for example, can damage the joints in the same way that rheumatoid arthritis does.

Furthermore, depending on the ailment, the diagnosis method varies.

Antinuclear antibody test (ANA):

When an autoimmune disease doctor suspects a patient is suffering from an autoimmune condition, the antinuclear antibody test (ANA) is one of the first tests they request. This test looks for antinuclear antibodies, which are antibodies that assault healthy proteins within the cell nucleus, as the name implies.

Autoimmune disorders can be treated with the following methods:

The autoimmune disease treatment differs depending on the type of disease. The course of many of these diseases is unpredictable, and therapies may need to be changed over time.

Treatment can be looked of as consisting of the following:

The therapy for autoimmune disorders differs depending on the type of disease. The course of many of these diseases is unpredictable, and therapies may need to be changed over time.

Managing symptoms:

Depending on the severity of the symptoms, this could include taking certain medications to relieve minor discomfort and swelling, or prescription alternatives.

Prescription drugs can also help with:

Depression

Anxiety

Fatigue

Sleep problems

Rashes

Certain medication:

Some autoimmune diseases impair the body's capacity to create the nutrients it requires. Type 1 diabetes, for example, inhibits the body from making enough insulin, while thyroid illness stops the body from producing enough thyroid hormone.

These chemicals can be replaced with a variety of medications. A person may receive insulin injections or take thyroid hormone pills containing synthetic versions as a part of autoimmune disease treatment.

Managing the complications:

Type 1 diabetes requires careful blood sugar control to avoid complications, but rheumatoid arthritis requires early and intensive therapy to avoid joint deformity.

FAQ Questions? Answered!

The most common illnesses discovered by a CBC include anaemia, autoimmune disorders, bone marrow disorders, dehydration, infections, inflammation, leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloproliferative neoplasms, myelodysplastic syndrome, sickle cell disease, thalassemia, and nutritional deficiencies.
Autoimmune disorders are not lethal in the vast majority of cases, and people living with them can expect to enjoy a normal lifespan. Some autoimmune disorders can be deadly or cause life-threatening complications, but these conditions are uncommon.
When left untreated, these disorders might lead to catastrophic problems. Severe damage to body tissue, aberrant organ growth, and alterations in the way body organs work are among the problems. These risks can be reduced by keeping these disorders under control with naturopathic treatment.
Symptoms might persist anywhere from a few days to several months, depending on the degree of the natural stressor that is producing the flare-up. Symptoms of an acute flare-up in some autoimmune disease patients who are not getting therapy may go away on their own after one or two weeks without medical intervention.
Stress is a common cause of AI flare-ups in many people. We suspect that stress may induce neuroendocrine chemicals, which can contribute to immunological dysregulation, however, we are currently researching how this works. Drugs: Some medications have been linked to an increase in AI flare-ups.
Consult with the autoimmune disease doctor to find the type of autoimmune disorder and to discuss the cost of autoimmune diseases treatment.

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Our Department’s Experience

Our Department of Rheumatology has treated over 20,000+ patients with autoimmune diseases over the last 49 years. Our highly experienced autoimmune disease doctor will ensure you receive the best autoimmune disease treatment in Coimbatore.

Why Choose Sri Ramakrishna Hospital?

Over 49+ Years of Medical Service
Best in Class Medical Infrastructure
Highly Experienced Rheumatologist
Latest and Safest Treatment Methods

Our Doctors and their Experience

Our highly experienced autoimmune disease doctor has immense experience in providing the best autoimmune disease treatment in Coimbatore.

Dr. Nagendran is an Consultant Rheumatology at the Rheumatology Department in Coimbatore. He has high clinical experience in MSK ultrasound, NFC, and intra-articular injections.

Dr. Nagendran
MBBS, MD (General Medicine),
DM (Rheumatology)

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