More Information on Sarcoidosis Signs
Symptoms of Sarcoidosis in the Joints and MusclesSarcoidosis symptoms that occur in the joints and muscles include:
- Joint stiffness or swelling (usually in the ankles, feet, and hands).
- Joint pain.
- Muscle aches (myalgias).
- Muscle pain, a mass in a muscle, or muscle weakness.
- Painful arthritis in your ankles that results from erythema nodosum. It may need treatment, but usually clears up on its own in several weeks.
- Painless arthritis that can last for months, or even years. It should be treated.
- Painless holes in your bones.
- Painless swelling, most often in your fingers.
- Anemia that results from granulomas affecting your bone marrow. This usually should be treated.
Symptoms of Sarcoidosis in the LiverSarcoidosis symptoms that occur when the disease is in the liver include:
- Pain in the upper-right part of your abdomen (stomach), under the right ribs
- Enlarged liver.
Sarcoidosis Symptoms in the Parotid and Other Salivary GlandsSymptoms of sarcoidosis that occur in the parotid and other salivary glands include:
- Swelling, which makes your cheeks look puffy
- Excessive dryness in your mouth and throat.