So I ended up in the hospital three weeks ago with severe facial and tounge swelling, rash, high wbc and bradycardia. The brady cardia and tounge swelling have resovled, the rash comes and goes but the facial swelling keeps getting worse, especially around my neck and lips. So far the doctors have told me it's probably not an allergic reaction, but they can't be sure. I've tested negative for lyme and lupus and my WBC is high but not THAT high according to the doctors. It's three weeks and counting, I've been on massive doses of steroids and anti-histamines but nothing's working and they can't find a cause. I'm so frusterated and I'm out of work because of the swelling. I feel crazier by the second. HELP! Anything is better than nothing. Thanks!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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