To begin with, you should know that Sarcoidosis leads to the serious inflammation of tissues. The most typical ‘victim’ of this health condition is a lung. The worst thing is that it is impossible to define the sources of the problem, so health care providers find it difficult to explain how to prevent this disease. In most cases, those diagnosed with Sarcoidosis do not require immediate, special treatment as the illness does not have fatal outcomes.
In most cases, the lungs are attacked by this disorder. Often, the disease evolves smoothly, which may take it several years to reach its peak with the obvious symptoms. Patients often complain of having the symptoms all of a sudden that are quickly gone. It is hard to tell the causes and diagnose the problem without involving a chest X-ray test.
There are signs that never vary and take place in any case. Most of the patients share they experience: exhaustion, swelling sensation in lymph nodes, speedy loss of weight, fever. As far as the most affected organ is usually lung(s), it is important to list the symptoms that characterize this problem in this organ: wheezing, ache in chest (that is why an X-ray is required), breathlessness, a dry cough which lasts for a while.