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Sarcoidosis can lead to a number of complications, including:

  • Lung fibrosis. Untreated pulmonary sarcoidosis can lead to irreversible scarring (fibrosis) of the tissue between the air sacs in your lungs, making it extremely difficult to breathe.

  • Eye disease. Some people with sarcoidosis develop eye problems. Inflammation can affect almost any part of your eye and usually causes watering and redness. In a few cases, sarcoidosis can lead to blindness or serious eye diseases such as cataracts and glaucoma.

  • Skin disease. Sarcoidosis affects the skin in some people with the disease, many of them black. One common complication is a condition called erythema nodosum, which is characterized by red bumps that occur primarily on your shins. The bumps are usually peanut-sized and can range in number from just a few to more than 20 on each leg. Erythema nodosum can also be associated with aching or swelling in your legs and may be accompanied by arthritis in your elbows, ankles, wrists and hands.

  • Neurologic problems. A small percentage of people with sarcoidosis develop neurologic problems when granulomas form in the brain and spinal cord. Inflammation in the facial nerves can cause facial paralysis.

  • Fertility problems. Severe sarcoidosis may make it difficult for some women to become pregnant, but many women with the disease give birth to healthy children. If you're planning a pregnancy, talk to your doctor.

  • Heart and liver problems. Sarcoidosis that affects your heart can cause a number of complications, including an irregular heart rhythm (arrhythmia) and a weak heart muscle (cardiomyopathy). Granulomas that form in your liver can affect its ability to function.

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