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Recurring rash/pain. Unable to get a diagnosis

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 26, 2014
  • 03:19 PM

I have had an asymptomatic recurring rash for over 25 years. But recently things have changed and this rash is recurring about every 3 months associated with severe pain/fatigue/nausea/low grade temp. Bloodwork is ALL negative except for esr 80 and crp 120. ear and crp return to normal after attack. My doctor still believes it is autoimmune in spite of negative testing. The next flare up the doctor will draw blood and send to California for specialized testing.
Does anyone have any suggestions or advice?

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