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What are the signs of a flare up due to sacoidosis?

By March 8, 2010 - 6:57pm
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I was diagnosed with sarcoidosis in 2002. ive been in remission but lately ive been feeling weird. weakness, lightheadedness, breathing problems

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I was diagnosed with sarcoidosis in 2016. I have been having chest pains, tired, fever, muscle aches, coughs and vision problems. I am still trying to understand the disease and the symptoms.

May 23, 2017 - 2:31pm

thankssss a lot. i am experiencing the joint pain also, wrists, ankles. i did see my primary physician today and he did think i was having a flare up. so back on predisone for a month. thanks a lot again for helping me.

March 10, 2010 - 9:09pm


Thank you for your post and welcome to EmpowHer.

Sarcoidosis symptoms during a flare up include:

Persistent cough
Shortness of breath
A vague feeling of discomfort and fatigue
Weight loss
Small red bumps on your face, arms or buttocks
Red, watery eyes
Arthritis in your ankles, elbows, wrists and hands, commonly associated with bumps in the skin over your shins (erythema nodosum)

Based on what you said you have been experiencing, it sounds like you may have been experiencing symptoms of the illness. Sometimes these flare ups come and go right away, other times they may linger for a while. If you have been experiencing the symptoms for over a month, I'd recommend visiting your primary physician.

For more information on Sarcoidosis and it's symptoms, please visit our Sarcoidosis page: https://www.empowher.com/media/reference/sarcoidosis#symptoms

I hope this answers your question-- best wishes!

March 9, 2010 - 6:32am
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