Sjögren’s (pronounced Show-grin’s) syndrome is an autoimmune disorder. The body’s immune system attacks glands that secrete fluid, such as the tear and saliva glands.
The effects of Sjögren’s syndrome can be widespread. Certain glands become inflamed, which reduces the production of tears and saliva, causing the main symptoms of Sjögren’s syndrome, which are dry eyes and dry mouth.
In women (who are most commonly affected), the glands that keep the vagina moist can also be affected, leading to vaginal dryness.
The most commonly reported symptoms of Sjögren’s syndrome are a dry mouth and eyes, which can lead to other associated symptoms.
However, these symptoms can be common in old age, and most people with dry eyes or a dry mouth do not have Sjögren’s syndrome.
Many women also experience vaginal dryness, which can make sex painful.
Associated symptoms of dry mouth
A dry mouth can lead to:
Associated symptoms of dry eyes
Dry eyes can lead to:
These symptoms can get worse when you’re:
Other symptoms of Sjögren’s syndrome
In more serious cases of Sjögren’s syndrome, the immune system can attack other parts of the body, causing symptoms and conditions such as:
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