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Rash, Vomitting....etc.

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  • Posted By: vieamemusique
  • December 30, 2007
  • 01:49 AM

Okay, so here's the deal. About six days ago behind my ears I got a bumpy rash behind my ears. Spread down my neck...onto my upperback and chest and then on my right eye by the eyebrow to the eyelid. Behind my ears really burned, hurt to touch---it was internal. Felt like someone was stabbing it. Well, yesterday the rash faded as I went to the doctor, still there, but not as bad. I got that steroid that starts with a P, prednisone?, to start today. Well, the flu has been going around my family also. So I couldn't take the medicine because last night up until this morning I was puking up everything. Sore throat since yesterday, constant headache all before the stomach flu.

I don't know which is which. Because now around my eyes? Maroon spotting, not raising off my skin, looks really nasty. I can't stand up with out tunnel vision for about thirty seconds. Really nagging sore throat...bumps on back almost gone.

And then? Up until these bumps I get these tingling sensations, like my whole body is falling asleep. Lasts about an hour or two. I get migraines alot. Sometimes my hands will starts moving for no reason, twitching, lasts about an hour.

and i don't know if it has anything to do with it, but i get depressed alot. i have depression rather.

I don't know what's related and what's not. But the rash is disgusting and I want it gone. xD
Any ideas?

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  • It's shingles..you need an antiviral and a new doctor...
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies
    • December 30, 2007
    • 07:22 AM
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