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  • Posted By: mission123
  • December 23, 2010
  • 09:34 AM

HEllo Kindly advise on the case attached
i had a sexual contact several timesin 2003 without protection and there was lots of viginal fluid tranmission also there was lot of saliva exchnage. that girl sprayed blood on the fresh wounds that i had during on the contact. What i noticed about the girl that her eyes use to glow in dark and she had touched several times her eye ball to mine. in what disease does the eyes glows.

i have attached the case history. please let me know what could be the disease. my blood pressure is always above 170/100 the bp is
i have attached the complete history. please let me know which test to be done to know the disease or infection.
Date

Time
BP
Pulse rate
Remarks


15 Dec 2010
05 am
146/75
65


15 Dec 2010
06 pm
140/86
72


16 Dec 2010
05 am
130/82
60


16 Dec 2010
06 pm
134/84
72


17 Dec 2010
05 am
146/89
67


17 Dec 2010
06 pm
135/79
78


18 Dec 2010
05 am
130/80
64


18 Dec 2010
06 pm
140/80
79


19 Dec 2010
05 am
148/86
66


19 Dec 2010
06 pm
140/80
76


20 Dec 2010
05 am
150/90
69


20 Dec 2010
06 pm
140/80
79


21 Dec 2010
05 am
136/88
72


21 Dec 2010
06 pm
138/90
76


22 Dec 2010
05 am
132/80
76


22 Dec 2010
06 pm
138/88
89


23 Dec 2010
05 am
160/90
76


23 Dec 2010
06 pm
150/90
90





All readings after good night sleep of 8 hours
All evening readings 5 hours after lunch
Daily physical activity includes 45 minutes cardio, 1 hour Yoga and 30 min meditation
No hypertensive medication as of now
Summary of the treatment taken from Specialists the detail history is also included down

Symptoms pr always above 120 and bp 160-180/100-110.
no job stress and very relaxed.

Comments Also visited Several Doctors locally for Fever, cough and Cold, Body pain, muscle pain but there is only Temporary Relief as long as medicine taken


Detailed Treatment History

Treatment date
Symptoms Description
Medicines
After treatment
May 2003 to September 2003
Complaints Redness on the palms and shoulder. Cough and fever.
Dr Popale
Taken Allopathic medicine for Skin Allergy(as Diagnosed) and cough and throat pain for 5 months from Family Physician MBBS and BAMS. There was no relief for Cough and Skin. He refered to a specialist.


Cough Syrup
No relief in Skin allergy and Cough
OCT 2003 to Dec 2004

Chief Complain Redness on the palms and shoulder. Cough and fever.

Refered to a Deramtologist MS N MD .Given Allegra and cetzine for 1.5 months 3 times a day as directed. Got temporary relief, symptoms got aggravated after medicine stopped. She Diagnosed as utricaria gave some tablets

Allegra, Cadiderma cream given by doctor Cetzine for 1.5 months, 3 times a day, Atharax
But no relief. Palms dry.Itching on the body with redness.
Jan 2004 to June 2005
Taken treatment for Dr Batra MD for 1 full year, got relief after 1 year again the symptoms started. Palms became red and redness on the skin any where in the body. There was not peeling on the skin, only redness anywhere in the body.
It was Diagnosed as Utricaria


Other details No Dandruff as all doctors have checked and Avoiding
pollution and going out in Sun.


Test done
Test name
Date
Result

HIV 1 2 Elisa
2004
Negative

Hep B
2004
Negative

Hep C
2004
Negative

Herpes 1
2005
Negative

Herpes 2
2005
Negative

VDRL
2007
Negative

Diabetes
2004
In range

T3 T4 TSH
2004
In range

CBC
2006 AND 2007
In range

Lipid profile
2004
In range

Liver Function Test
2004
In range


2007

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  • ALso total immunoglobin quantification is well in range. T3 t4 tsh well i range. the bp is on and off high. 170/100. always 140-150/80-90
    mission123 19 Replies
    • December 24, 2010
    • 07:26 AM
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  • the ANA antinuclear test in 2010 is also negative.
    mission123 19 Replies
    • December 24, 2010
    • 07:29 AM
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  • mission123 - Please write a brief paragraph summarizing what your symptoms are. (This is important because all those blood pressure readings, doctor visit reports, and bizarre stories don't have much meaning unless you also clarify what symptoms brought you this forum.)
    Walker12 30 Replies
    • December 24, 2010
    • 04:35 PM
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  • The symtoms since 2003 is as follows Redness all over the body. specailly in both the palms.Intermittent itching in the genital areaintermittent red spots all over the body whic goes when i apply powder.tirednesss and weakness.hairfall.redness in the eyes(cornea surgean gave eye drops now in control with eye drops.)pirking sensation in the bodyi get a mark of mosquito bite, i have notices several times that there are no mosquitoes.also i do not smoke and no alcohol, i have a healthy diet and by profession a Yoga teacheri am physically very active 2 hours yoga practice which inclusdes pranayama and meditation
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • December 25, 2010
    • 05:21 AM
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  • Your blood pressure is very concerning, You need to visit your family doctor and comply with whatever treatment they give you. If the exercise routine you mentioned is a regular thing for you, that's great and definitely keep it up, but I doubt you'll lower your blood pressure without medication.It sounds like you have some allergies, sometimes it takes some trial and error to find the right allergy medicine. Everyone is different and medications work differently on everyone so just keep working with your specialist and in time you'll find something that works.As for the glowing eyes, I'd say that is some sort of pigmentation defect, not a disease, and I would assume it is not transmittable. Regardless, you should not touch things to your eyeball. Just don't do that, you'll likely end up with a nasty eye infection. Also it's pretty unwise to have unprotected sex, much less allow someone to spray blood onto your open wounds.I'm not quite sure what your sex life consists of, but it sounds extremely high risk.
    rockxgoddess 3 Replies
    • December 25, 2010
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  • Intermittent redness all over the bodyRed spots on and off relief with applying powderBP 170/100-150/100 range pirking sensation all overRedness on the palmswatery eyes tears comes on and off itching all over more in the genital area i need to know what could be the disease associated i have done several blood test. there is no final reason known
    mission123 19 Replies
    • December 26, 2010
    • 07:41 AM
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  • Intermittent redness all over the bodyRed spots on and off relief with applying powderBP 170/100-150/100 range pirking sensation all overRedness on the palmswatery eyes tears comes on and off itching all over more in the genital area i need to know what could be the disease associated i have done several blood test. there is no final reason known Kindly advise
    mission123 19 Replies
    • December 31, 2010
    • 06:40 AM
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  • Some of these symptoms (redness, red spots, pricking sensations, itching, watering eyes, tears) certainly do sound like allergy symptoms. When they did your blood tests did they check your IgE levels? That can sometimes be an indicator of allergy, but they'd have to ask for it specifically because it's not part of the standard blood test. I'm even wondering if you might be allergic to your laundry detergent- have you tried switching detergents? (Preferably to a kind that is free of perfumes and dyes, or maybe even to one that is specifically designed for people with sensitive skin?) Also consider switching bath soaps to see if that makes a difference; maybe you're allergic to something in your bath soap? As for the blood pressure, is there any pattern as to when it goes high?
    Walker12 30 Replies
    • January 2, 2011
    • 06:44 AM
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  • Some of these symptoms (redness, red spots, pricking sensations, itching, watering eyes, tears) certainly do sound like allergy symptoms. When they did your blood tests did they check your IgE levels? That can sometimes be an indicator of allergy, but they'd have to ask for it specifically because it's not part of the standard blood test. I'm even wondering if you might be allergic to your laundry detergent- have you tried switching detergents? (Preferably to a kind that is free of perfumes and dyes, or maybe even to one that is specifically designed for people with sensitive skin?) Also consider switching bath soaps to see if that makes a difference; maybe you're allergic to something in your bath soap? As for the blood pressure, is there any pattern as to when it goes high? The first doctor that i consulted in 2003, first said it may be allergy related, but after the treatment he said it is not related to allergy. also i have tried all possible combination like for example even if i am fasting still the redness and itching is there. i tried switching detergents still it is the same. also making chnages in my diet. i tried with no soaps. allergy wis ruled out by 3 allergy specilaist. also i get a lot of redness in the eyes since last 5 years. i have been to a corneas specilaist he disgnosed as Blepharitis, i am on that treatment. before 2003 i have never been to any doctor as i was healthy. i do vigorous physical activity daily 60 minutes cardio, 1 hour yoga and 30 minutes meditation. The blood pressure pattern is that at 5 am it is around 160-170/90-99 and at 6 pm it is around 150-160/80-90 range. and throughout the day i get a feeling on pulsation and i hear the heart beat in my ears. i feel heaviness and uneasiness that i cannot explain in words.
    mission123 19 Replies
    • January 2, 2011
    • 07:46 AM
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  • Some of these symptoms (redness, red spots, pricking sensations, itching, watering eyes, tears) certainly do sound like allergy symptoms. When they did your blood tests did they check your IgE levels? That can sometimes be an indicator of allergy, but they'd have to ask for it specifically because it's not part of the standard blood test. I'm even wondering if you might be allergic to your laundry detergent- have you tried switching detergents? (Preferably to a kind that is free of perfumes and dyes, or maybe even to one that is specifically designed for people with sensitive skin?) Also consider switching bath soaps to see if that makes a difference; maybe you're allergic to something in your bath soap? As for the blood pressure, is there any pattern as to when it goes high? The total IGe test is also done in 2010. i am facing the issue since 2003. i have been doing several test since 2003 till date.TOTAL IgE, SERUMTOTAL IgE 248.8 range is = 1.030 1.003 1.035GLUCOSE NOT DETECTEDPROTEIN NOT DETECTED NOT DETECTEDKETONES NOT DETECTED NOT DETECTEDPage 1 of 4 can there be any infection passed from the vaginal fluid during the act. also there was a lot of exchnage of saliva
    mission123 19 Replies
    • January 2, 2011
    • 03:55 PM
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  • Kindly adviseIn the last year bug beds have cause many diseases like ulcerative colitis and many other symptoms,try ivermectin and see if it helps ,it kills bacteria and viruses..good luck
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  • Your blood pressure is very concerning, You need to visit your family doctor and comply with whatever treatment they give you. If the exercise routine you mentioned is a regular thing for you, that's great and definitely keep it up, but I doubt you'll lower your blood pressure without medication. It sounds like you have some allergies, sometimes it takes some trial and error to find the right allergy medicine. Everyone is different and medications work differently on everyone so just keep working with your specialist and in time you'll find something that works. As for the glowing eyes, I'd say that is some sort of pigmentation defect, not a disease, and I would assume it is not transmittable. Regardless, you should not touch things to your eyeball. Just don't do that, you'll likely end up with a nasty eye infection. Also it's pretty unwise to have unprotected sex, much less allow someone to spray blood onto your open wounds. I'm not quite sure what your sex life consists of, but it sounds extremely high risk. The current symptoms on and off since 2003 are as follows 1) Barking coughing and irritation in the throat.2) it increases after taking lunch/dinner .pain in swallowing3) it increases during early mornings.4) pain in the throat due to coughing5) chest pain heaviness in the chest6) bp at 5 am last 7 days average 156/94 7) nose is clear, no sinus pain8) it is a dry cough. there is a white discharge cmg from the stomach.9) coutinous clearing of throat during the day10 no cold, no fever, nose is clear.11) went the ENT specialist diagnosed as reflux pharangitis and he said there is swelling in the pharynx and redness in the throat.12) continous coughing in 1 minute 12-15 coughing my wife says as cough attack13) This episode has happened several times in past since 2003.14) The cough increases with sleeping and decreases with standing.15 i feel the discharge coming from the stomach.16 this is a very recurrent things since last 6 years. 17 not related to climate as i record all the duration18 currently i am facing since 15 dec 201019 already taken medicine with your clinic 5 times though i get relief but again it starts.20 the redness and itching is reduced in the other parts of the body except in both the palms where the aggravation is still there but the intensity is reducedthe ent says it is due to the immunological weakess. how do i daignose that weekness. i feeel that the symptoms are systemic
    mission123 19 Replies
    • January 29, 2011
    • 05:44 AM
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  • Your blood pressure is very concerning, You need to visit your family doctor and comply with whatever treatment they give you. If the exercise routine you mentioned is a regular thing for you, that's great and definitely keep it up, but I doubt you'll lower your blood pressure without medication. It sounds like you have some allergies, sometimes it takes some trial and error to find the right allergy medicine. Everyone is different and medications work differently on everyone so just keep working with your specialist and in time you'll find something that works. As for the glowing eyes, I'd say that is some sort of pigmentation defect, not a disease, and I would assume it is not transmittable. Regardless, you should not touch things to your eyeball. Just don't do that, you'll likely end up with a nasty eye infection. Also it's pretty unwise to have unprotected sex, much less allow someone to spray blood onto your open wounds. I'm not quite sure what your sex life consists of, but it sounds extremely high risk. the exercise routine is regular since 2003.
    mission123 19 Replies
    • January 29, 2011
    • 05:52 AM
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  • Some of these symptoms (redness, red spots, pricking sensations, itching, watering eyes, tears) certainly do sound like allergy symptoms. When they did your blood tests did they check your IgE levels? That can sometimes be an indicator of allergy, but they'd have to ask for it specifically because it's not part of the standard blood test. I'm even wondering if you might be allergic to your laundry detergent- have you tried switching detergents? (Preferably to a kind that is free of perfumes and dyes, or maybe even to one that is specifically designed for people with sensitive skin?) Also consider switching bath soaps to see if that makes a difference; maybe you're allergic to something in your bath soap? As for the blood pressure, is there any pattern as to when it goes high?4 allergy expert have been consulted out of total 23 doctors in diferent specilaities all the experts have ruled out allergy, though they susoected initially.
    mission123 19 Replies
    • January 29, 2011
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  • But did the allergy experts test the overall IgE levels in your blood? Some allergists only do skin tests, but they really need to do both in order to rule out allergies. Total IgE is a simple and inexpensive test. It should not be confused with specific IgE testing, which can get pretty expensive. Unfortunately, not all doctors know how to request that the lab test for total IgE.
    Walker12 30 Replies
    • January 29, 2011
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  • 4 allergy expert have been consulted out of total 23 doctors in diferent specilaities all the experts have ruled out allergy, though they susoected initially. The Total Immonoglobin quantification test is also done TOTAL IgE, SERUMTOTAL IgE 248.8 TOTAL IgE, SERUMTOTAL IgE 248.8 ANTI-NUCLEAR AB-IFA, HEP2, SERUMANTINUCLEAR ANTIBODIES NEGATIVE Range NEGATIVEIMMUNOGLOBULINTOTAL IgA 2.43 Range 0.57 - 5.34 g/LTOTAL IgG 12.10 Range 6.6 - 16.9 g/LTOTAL IgM 1.11 Range 0.37 - 2.58 g/L
    mission123 19 Replies
    • January 29, 2011
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  • But did the allergy experts test the overall IgE levels in your blood? Some allergists only do skin tests, but they really need to do both in order to rule out allergies. Total IgE is a simple and inexpensive test. It should not be confused with specific IgE testing, which can get pretty expensive. Unfortunately, not all doctors know how to request that the lab test for total IgE. The Total immunoglobin quantification blood test was also done the results are as follows done recently in 2010 TOTAL IgE, SERUMTOTAL IgE 248.8 Range = 1.030 1.003 1.035GLUCOSE NOT DETECTEDPROTEIN NOT DETECTED NOT DETECTEDKETONES NOT DETECTED NOT DETECTED
    mission123 19 Replies
    • January 29, 2011
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  • 4 allergy expert have been consulted out of total 23 doctors in diferent specilaities all the experts have ruled out allergy, though they susoected initially. i took the homopathy. the redness and itching has drastically reduced. i am currently facing with 2 main issues since 2003 . i coughingThe current symptoms since 14 dec 2010 are as follows 1) Barking coughing and irritation in the throat.2) it increases after taking lunch/dinner .pain in swallowing3) it increases during early mornings.4) pain in the throat due to coughing5) chest pain heaviness in the chest6) bp at 5 am last 7 days average 156/94 7) nose is clear, no sinus pain8) it is a dry cough. there is a white discharge cmg from the stomach.9) coutinous clearing of throat during the day10 no cold, no fever, nose is clear.11) went the ENT specialist diagnosed as reflux pharangitis and he said there is swelling in the pharynx and redness in the throat.12) continous coughing in 1 minute 12-15 coughing my wife says as cough attack13) This episode has happened several times in past since 2003.14) The cough increases with sleeping and decreases with standing.15 i feel the discharge coming from the stomach.16 this is a very recurrent things since last 6 years. 17 not related to climate as i record all the duration19 already taken medicine with your clinic 5 times though i get relief but again it starts.20 the redness and itching is reduced in the other parts of the body except in both the palms where the aggravation is still there but the intensity is reduced.can any one let me know about the complement protein concentration c3 and c4 test. many things are ruled. only part is remaining is any unknown viral infection. can any one let me know if the above 2 test will be the right one to find the complement concentration for maximum viruses. or are there any other test.
    mission123 19 Replies
    • February 7, 2011
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  • please help me with disgnosis as i am facing the issue since 2003 and prior to that i had never been to any doctor and hospital. can this be unknown viral infection. how do i rule out with a blood test.
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    • February 7, 2011
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  • please help me with disgnosis as i am facing the issue since 2003 and prior to that i had never been to any doctor and hospital. can this be unknown viral infection. how do i rule out with a blood test. is complement c3 and c4 the correct blood test to rule out the unknown viral infection
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    • February 7, 2011
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