Oncology Questions? Ask an Oncologist for Answers ASAP
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The most common medical condition that can predispose someone to get this variety of infections are certain metabolic conditions, particularly diabetes. It also would be appropriate to be certain that there is no liver or kidney dysfunction or thyroid disease. Adrenal dysfunction also could increase the risk of infection, but would be less common than the above diseases. Disorders of the immune system also can cause recurrent infections, but these are actually much less common.
The usual first tests would be a general chemistry profile, a complete blood count, and a thyroid profile, although there is a good chance that your regular doctor has already done these tests, as they are done for a variety of reasons.
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