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These symptoms suggest autoimmune disorder.
Crohn's disease, systemic lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, connective tissue disorder are such examples.
Immune system can go overdrive and can attack various body parts and organs.
Celiac disease is another possibility which can cause similar symptoms.
Complete blood count with differential, metabolic panel, sed rate, CRP, ANA titer, anti saccharomyces and endomysial antibodies, anti TTG levels should be checked.
Upper GI endoscopy also should be considered for small intestinal biopsy to check for celiac as well as crohn's disease
Familial Mediterranean fever is another entity which can cause all these symptoms even without any fever.
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