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In constant pain left side of body and no diagnosis please help

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  • Posted By: Missdeannamegan
  • April 14, 2013
  • 06:19 AM

This all started early February at my work which is a hospital I started to feel constant leg cramps. I thought I just needed potassium so I had a banana. The pain started to really increase and was now burning pain. Once I got home I changed out of my work clothes and noticed a large rash that was red and purple, raised and warm to touch. I was concerned so I took my temp and sure enough I had a fever of 100.9 so I went to urgent care and was diagnosed with cellulitis and put on Bactrum and norco. The rash seemed to improve and the fever went down for about a few days. About a week later while still on antibiotics the pain comes back severely with fever. I then go to the er and am admitted to the hospital. They don't think I ever had cellulitis but not sure what the cause was. I had several tests done Mris, blood work, and no answers on what this could be. I was hospitalized for 6 days released on pain meds, Ativan, and neurontin as well as cute rocker as I could hardly walk from the pain. A few days later another rash appeared on my left cheek with burning pain in my face. Still no answers and no biopsy of the rash. Low grade Fever lasted about a month and a half. Newest symptoms are a very sore neck,severe daily headaches with eye pain light sensitivity, and constant pain in middle of chest. I'm now on immitrex for migraines. The only test that did come back abnormal was my thyroid peroxidose antibodies there at 244. I'm 25 exhausted from the pain, haven't been able to work since this started, and scared out of mind that something worse is going to happen to mr and my ill never enjoy life the way I used to. Am I crazy? Anyone hear of anything like this?

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