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Whipple’s Disease Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Symptoms Of Whipple’s Disease

Whipple’s disease affects the body’s ability to properly absorb nutrients. Thus, it could affect other body parts and trigger many symptoms. The most common signs include fatigue, fever, reduced vision, bloating, stomach pain, eye pain, quick weight loss, chronic and bloody diarrhea, joint pain, or anemia. When the condition progresses and gets worse, the following symptoms can also happen: chest pain, chronic cough, inflamed lymph nodes, skin discoloration, dementia, poor vision, heart murmur, heart failure, pericarditis, poor memory, difficulty walking, tics, muscle weakness, insomnia, numbness, and dementia. [2]