That's my own diagnosis and I havent' even been able to narrow it down but here is a list of symptoms:
~ Red scaley sores on the tips of my second toes (both feet, sometimes they will show up on my middle toes...but it is always bilateral) that come and go but ALWAYS appear in the fall.
~ Leg pain that drives me to tears...it gets better when I move, sitting still is when it is worst. It isn't a cramp, just a very deep terrible ache.
~ Splinter hemorrhages under multiple finger nails
~ Chronic low WBCs
I am anemic and take iron supplements as well as 1000mcg of B12 every 3 weeks but I'm otherwise healthy.
When I mention it to my doctor he says "very odd" but can't seem to come up with a diagnosis.
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