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Systemic Vasculitis

Systemic Vasculitis - Symptoms

Symptoms of systemic vasculitis vary from one person to another and depend upon the type of vasculitis and location in the body of the inflamed blood vessels.

Some common symptoms include:

• Fatigue or weakness
• Fever
• Lack of appetite and weight loss
• Rash
• Persistent headaches, vision loss
• Pain in the jaw
• Nerve problems (numbness, weakness, pain)
• Nose bleeds, difficulty with smells
• Cough, blood in phlegm, breathlessness
• Frothy urine
• Abdominal pain after meals
• Joint pain, muscle aches
• Chest pain when walking fast
• Fingertips turning blue in the cold

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Systemic Vasculitis - Other Information

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