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Need help. What do I have?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 17, 2008
  • 05:22 PM

April 2nd had a fever that started around 6pm that moved to my neck. I also had chills and felt cold but after taking 2 aspirin at 11pm and woke back up at midnight it was gone.

April 3rd had a sore throat that lasted till the 4th.

Felt fine from April 5th -18th on the 18th just kind of felt tired and slept from about the time I got home from work (5pm) till the next day around 10am. The 19th was about the same I went to bed around 8pm and woke up on the 20th at 5am for work

From the 20th – the 24th I felt fine

On the 25th I felt tired and had a little fatigue so I went to sleep at around 5pm and slept till noon the next day.

26th I felt fine

From April 27th – May 7th I would wake up feeling great but then around 11am or noon I would start feeling fatigued but not be tired. Also around May 1st I started to have pain in my left under arm and discomfort under my right arm (not sure if it was lymph nodes). All of this went away around the 8th of May.

From May 8th till May 23rd I was fine.

Around May 23rd or 24th I started to have very itchy skin, mostly on my arms, legs, and head (very little on my chest and none on my back). This lasted till about the 27th of May.

From May 27th – June 14th I have felt fine.

Then on the 15th my joints in my fingers and hands hurt very bad, and the pain in my left under arm and discomfort under my right arm started back up and have been having pain in my neck (I am guessing lymph nodes). I also had some discomfort around the left side of my chest where my heart is.

Today (June 17th) I feel fine again.

So what do you think I have?

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