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I can't figure out what is wrong. Been to 2 doctors... I am female, 25 years old.
This all started about 5 months ago. I got a rash [that does not itch]that was started on my elbows, stomach, and legs.It comes and goes in different places now [scalp, behind ears, neck, chest, etc]. I also get horribly painful nose sores inside my nose and now I have one on the crack of my mouth. I had vomiting every morning for 3 months with a 3 week break that started up again, arthritis has been getting really bad in hands and arms. I have had what I believe is a Ganglion Cyst in my right wrist for years.
I also since all this started have diaherra every morning. I am tired ALL THE TIME.
When all this first started my husband took me to ER because I was also passing out then and the doctor gave me a pregnancy test [my husband is fixed so I can't have babies anymore] which came back neg. and he gave me steriods and zanax. None of that worked.
Nothing over the counter works


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replied October 18th, 2011
Skin Answer A27799
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum

Your symptoms could be indicative of diseases as Rheumatoid arthritis,celiac disease.thyroid disorder etc.Since there are various symptoms which are not corelated and are present for few months.It is difficult to give a precise diagnosis without examination but a detailed examination and investigations would help in ruling out the cause.
I would advice you to get a complete clinical examination done along with investigations as Blood test,Hormonal analysis and USG scan which would help in ruling out the cause.
You can consider visiting a Physician for detailed evaluation.
Take care!


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