Individuals who have latent tuberculosis do not experience any symptoms, according to Mayo Clinic. It's only when latent TB progresses into active TB that symptoms begin to display. Common symptoms of active TB include f... More »

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A bad cough lasting over three weeks, coughing up blood, chest pain and fever are some signs of tuberculosis. Other signs include loss of appetite, night sweats, weakness, chills and weight loss, according to the Centers... More »

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The symptoms of lung tuberculosis include shortness of breath, chest pain, loss of appetite, fever and night sweats. Additional symptoms include a cough with cloudy, thick and bloody mucus that lasts for more than two we... More »

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Individuals with overactive bladder syndrome experience an involuntary loss of urine accompanied by sudden urges to urinate, urinate more than eight times within a 24-hour period and have difficulty controlling urges to ... More »

Individuals with Down syndrome are typically short in stature and have poor muscle tone, according to Mayo Clinic. In varying degrees, Down syndrome produces varying flattened facial features, upward-slanted eyes, a prot... More »

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The first physical signs of HIV are very similar to those of the flu, according to the Mayo Clinic. Symptoms may include fever, headache, fatigue and joint pain, along with diarrhea and a red, nonitchy rash. More »

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Pain, especially intense pain, is often a first sign of shingles, according to Mayo Clinic. The pain is frequently associated with the development of a rash, which sometimes manifests itself as a stripe of blisters wrapp... More »

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