Autoimmune diseases are explicit conditions arise from an irregular immune response to a regular part of the body. Almost any of the body part can be caught up. There are 80 kinds of autoimmune diseases but the most common ones include celiac disease, Graves’ disease, diabetes of mellitus type I, inflammatory bowel disease, psoriasis, multiple sclerosis, systematic lupus erythematosus and rheumatoid arthritis.
Usually the symptoms involve feeling tired and fever of low grade. But most often, symptoms appear and go. The root cause is usually not known. Hence it can be difficult to determine diagnosis. Therapy merely counts on the severity and kind of the patient’s condition. Immunosuppressants and (NSAIDs) nonsteriodal anti-inflammatory drugs are usually used. Intravenous Immunoglobulin might also be seldom used.
The treatment merely heals the symptoms while they don’t in general treat the disease. Mostly women are affected, as compared to men. Around 24 million (7%) of the people are affected through autoimmune diseases in the US