Patient "X": the disease with the most unusual symptoms
The word "disease" most people on the planet are currently thermometer, frozen at around 37, 8, a hot cup of tea, paper towels and leave for two days at his own expense at work.
A small percentage of hypochondriacs, on the contrary, when he heard that terrible word with the letter "b", already mentally writing a will, saying goodbye to friends and family, and presents itself to the white hospital bed surrounded by wires, tubes, droppers and squeaking ominously life support systems. And although they both often happen in their own right, though hardly any of us can imagine the symptoms of those diseases, which we describe below. So, let me introduce, patients 'X' and the shocking clinical cases.
1. Orgasm 24/7
That's what-what, and with sexual arousal disease hardly associates at least someone. Moreover, many people are unfamiliar with the mysteries of the human nervous system and blood circulation, secretly believe that experiencing sexual discharge several tens, or even hundreds of times a day, it is something like the revived dream or waking dream. However, the 33-year-old Englishwoman Sarah Carmen is unlikely to agree. Doctors diagnosed Sarah rare complication after taking antidepressant course, which is complex disorders of the nervous system and the constant blood flow to the genitals area.
With this joke of nature and modern pharmacology, Sarah can experience two hundred, if not three hundred orgasms a day for no apparent reason. However, do not be jealous, because the insidious deviation already destroyed the girl personal life and career, not to mention the constant discomfort, because of which the Briton could not ride the subway and experiencing a certain kind of discomfiture, being close to the most basic office org. technology. Now most of the life of Sarah boils down to, to mask their intimate problems in humans. Cope with the insidious disease called "Syndrome permanent sexual arousal" help her friends, relatives, as well as numerous neurologists and psychiatrists.
When thinking about physical ailments, many people are primarily afraid of the physical pain that invariably accompanies the vast majority of known medical ailments. But what if we imagine a disease that not only causes irritation of pain receptors, but also deprives a person of the possibility of experiencing pain at all? It is a disease and it is Belmondo's syndrome - a rare neurological disorders in which a person loses sensitivity to pain. This disease is usually congenital, and its unusual symptoms result from the fact that the pain impulse does not reach from the receptor to the corresponding portion of the brain.
In spite of the absence of pain, patients suffering from this disease experience a lot of inconvenience, which can turn life into a living hell. The man with the syndrome Belmondo risks remain permanently disabled, not feeling the pain from the fracture after a bad fall, forced to go to the toilet for hours because of the inability to experience discomfort from the full bladder, and can pass out from exhaustion, because the feeling of hunger, unknown so people who do not remind them of the need to eat.
3. One, two, Freddy will take you to
Not having time to finish the stressful project at work or trying to prepare for an important exam on the last night, many of us, filling themselves up to their ears coffee, certainly thought about how it would be great if the human brain is, in principle, I did not want to sleep. Well, in the world there are as many as forty families affected by a rare hereditary neuralgic disease, which by example can demonstrate all the charm of a constant wakefulness.
fatal familial insomnia - a deadly incurable disease, which occurs due to improper encoding of multiple genes into the chromosome of the twentieth person. Is activated, the disease slowly and painfully killing a man by depriving him of the possibility of sleep. Starting as a normal mental disorder, the disease is rapidly shifting from mild insomnia and panic attacks to hallucinations and complete inability to sleep. Due to violations of the metabolic processes in the brain, patients will not save even the most powerful sleeping pill, and eventually, a person may completely stop responding to external stimuli and died after six weeks of total sleep deprivation.