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Immune system disorders

An immune system disorder can also be referred to as an autoimmune response in which the body attacks its own cells. This is also known as an overactive immune response.

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Incontinence refers to the loss of control of the bladder and or bowel, so that involuntary excretion and leaking of stools or urine is continually taking place.

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Indigestion is also known as dyspepsia and it refers to chronic or recurrent pain in the upper abdomen caused by a digestive disorder. Common symptoms of indigestion are:

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Infertility refers to the inability of a couple to conceive a child, either because the male or the female is not fertile enough. The male could have a low sperm count, for instance, or the female may not have the ability to carry a pregnancy to full term for various reasons.

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Insomnia comes from the Latin word, which means "no sleep" or the inability to sleep (in "no" and sinus "sleep"). It is the most well known type of sleep disorder that people experience. 

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Irritable bowel syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a chronic functional disorder that affects the digestive system.

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