For 10 mos I've had a slew of symptoms appear, and stay or increase, where I have "flares" or periods where they're significantly worse.
I have(the most significant, to save us both time):
*Joint pain w/ no redness or swelling
*low grade fevers
*Raynaud's phenomenon w/ petechiae in feet, and just recently, hands
*sebaceous cysts on face, shoulders neck
My WBC is 3.0- Blood pressure is generally low, but has been more avg. lately- 115/65- ANA was neg.- sed rate okay(didn't reflect inflammation)
Right now she's running some tests to check for lymphoma & scleroderma
I woke up instantly knowing that my short, 4 day remission had ended, discovering my typical onset- feeling as if I have a hangover- splitting headache, feel internally feverd, nausea, hurt everywhere
Something NEW though- my right hand is swollen or "puffy" looking. I thought that once I'd been up for awhile, it would go down, but it's been a little over 5 hours now, with no change.
Anyone experienced anything like this, and find out the culprit? THANKS!
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