Different types of Amyloidosis have different symptoms. In some cases, the disease is treatable, while in others it is not. There are many options available. Here, we will look at three of the most common options. A bone marrow biopsy is one of the most common. This involves taking fluid samples and tissues from the bone. It is then sent to the lab for analysis. It will be categorized as “low grade” if it has amyloid buildup.
Amyloidosis symptoms can vary but they are very similar to other types of arthritis. The symptoms may appear suddenly, or they can become more frequent. Some suffer from numbness, bruising, or soreness of the feet and limbs. Other symptoms may include a sudden loss of weight or leg swelling, alternating constipation, and diarrhea, or fainting. Although there is no treatment for amyloidosis it can be treated.