At the end of last year I became sick for 3 painful months, but was never able to get a diagnosis. In the end, the only reason I got better was because my doctor told me to get out of my apartment, thinking it could be mold exposure. When my roommate began showing the same symptoms a few days later, we left. With in days of leaving, I felt a lot better. There had been a slow leak in my apartment for months and I think that was what made me sick. BUT the doctors mold blood test came back negative.
I moved into a new apartment in the same complex, and it's been 3 months and I am getting sick again...HELP!
My neighbor told me she has a leak that is coming from her A/C and has been going on as long as 3 weeks. It's not in a shared wall, it's in closets in the middle of her apartment, but I am wondering if this could be causing it?
Symptoms from the first time I was sick:
-chronic low grade fever
-burning lips and face
-depression (I think this is a result of being sick for so long, not really a symptom)
-3 week long period (I had started a new birth control, but this had never happened before, and it happened right before the other things happened)
-more severe headahces than I had ever had in the past
-Swollen,tender,painful lymphnodes in neck
-sinus pain/re-curring sinus infections
-mild muscle aches (just starting up and getting worse)
-mild fatigue (also just starting, but getting worse)
-facial flushing/burning/lips burning
-sore throat at times (usually when sinus stuff acts up)
-swollen, painful, tender lymphnodes
PLEASE HELP! I have been tested for everything from cat scratch fever to lymphoma, to mono.
Ever since I got sick the first time, my immune system hasn't been working well. I have gotten every virus/cold/bug that has gone around and I dont want to go through that again.
ANY INFORMATION OR IDEAS WOULD BE HELPFUL!!!
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