My neighbor was in the south a few years ago and sweated alot while putting up office cubicles. he was sent back before he had a chance to shower. By the time he got home here in the north he had a rash. He went to the doctor and was told it was a bacterial rash, but the horrible thing is it absorbed into his bloodstream and he got a blood infection. he was told his white blood cell count went down and hat there is nothing that can be done and he will have to live with it. he wasn't very happy to hear that and he gets sick so often. he means the world to me. He gets a rash every now and then and now it is going down his legs and on his feet. I wish I could pump him so full of echinacea which I hear cause too many white blood cells to form. I wish there was a specialist who knew if he could be helped and cured. I am so scared for his life.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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