Okay, this is gonna be a really long post...but I've basically ordered it from head to toe, and then vague symptoms. Lots of it probably doesn't seem serious or anything but I'm trying to be thorough - something that sounds insignificant can click with something else that makes it more serious. I've tried to go through and clarify some things, but if you see something really vague you can't understand like "pain" just look around it to see what area of the body I'm talking about.
Also Note: I’ve just realized, almost everything seems to be on the right side of my body! This rash, the lymph node under my arm that hurts, the mole, most pains in torso, my ear, the thing on my tonsil, my restless arm, my sore eye right now, that rash that he said was probably shingles even though the test was negative, that ‘freckle’ on the side of my mouth, the worse toenail….everything! RIGHT SIDE! Odd. Is there anything that would affect primarily one side of the body? Or why one side of the body would be more prone to things?
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