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SERIOUSLY, I need some help!!!

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 16, 2007
  • 08:43 AM

About three years ago I was imunized for the first time since I was 6 (I am now 22, making me 19 at the time of imunizations) I had a very serious reaction to the imunization which made my entire left side swell exponentionally.
Soon after, I began having fully concious, but physicaly paralizing blackout-like episodes and extremely painful sensations of Cactus quills all over in my skin accompanied by redness and raised, yellowish fluid filled bumps. Though the blackout-like symptoms have since ceased, the Rash-like symptoms persist in situations such as: Exercize, stress, anger, suprize, heat, Even sneezing.
The episodes are Cripplingly painfull, often I find myself writhing on the floor screaming, covered in bumps and sweating profusely.
the episodes usually last somewhere between 5 to 20 minutes and afterward there is absolutley no evedance anything was wrong.
it seems to be somehow related to core my tempurature, Heart rate, or or maybe both I'm not really sure. I am also not sure if the Imunizations actually are the cause of all of this or just coencidence of timing.
I have been in and out of doctors and hospitals for 2 1/2 years now with no real diagnosis or even a clue as to what either symptom could be.
As a result of both my symptoms, I have had to quit my job, leave school, and move back in with my parrents. Working out, and exercizing give me the rash, and I have lost 32 lbs. in the last year. I can't even take hot showers anymore.
If anybody has ANY idea what this could possibly be, Please help!
I just want to get back on track with my life.
Thank you for your help.

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