I need help

Posted by shannalee3 @shannalee3, Tue, Feb 5 11:28pm

Okay so I got sick in January 2005 I have been sick ever since I have hives everyday as fine some days and some days I have hives and swelling I have really bad breakout some days and not so bad other days but everyday I have hives if you give me steroids or antihistamines it makes it worse I’ve been all over the state of Missouri I’ve had ever blood test under the sun right now I think and nobody can figure it out I just want to know if anybody knows any kind of rare disease or any other possibility that somebody knows something out there that could help me I have now been doing this for 14 years and have no more answers today than I had the day it started and his all over my body there’s no Rhyme or Reason I’m not allergic to any food I’ve had food allergy test done that’s all I’ve loved her keeps coming back normal so if anybody knows anything it would be great to know so if you could help me at all that would be awesome thank you

@shannalee3
Have you been on the same medication since it began? Have they tried immunosuppressive drugs? Have you tried changing your detergent? Dish or cleaning agents? Do you eat or touch something on a regular basis? How about stress? Do you have any chronic illnesses? I’d go to an Endocrinologist but if your condition is caused from a autoimmune disorder you’ll have to figure out what system may be causing it, ie Rheumatoid Arthritis, see a Rheumatologist, Diabetes see an Endocrinologist. There are so many causes, a person can be allergic to their own sweat, not that you would sweat every day or even every few days unless your very athletic and frequently go to the gym. Do you have pets or come in contact with any? Look for simple causes. More often than not the nemesis ends up being more common than some rare obscure disease. You have my sympathy, I was allergic to a medication once and it was awful. I don’t know how you’ve coped with it for so long.
Good luck,
Jake

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@shannalee3
Have you been on the same medication since it began? Have they tried immunosuppressive drugs? Have you tried changing your detergent? Dish or cleaning agents? Do you eat or touch something on a regular basis? How about stress? Do you have any chronic illnesses? I’d go to an Endocrinologist but if your condition is caused from a autoimmune disorder you’ll have to figure out what system may be causing it, ie Rheumatoid Arthritis, see a Rheumatologist, Diabetes see an Endocrinologist. There are so many causes, a person can be allergic to their own sweat, not that you would sweat every day or even every few days unless your very athletic and frequently go to the gym. Do you have pets or come in contact with any? Look for simple causes. More often than not the nemesis ends up being more common than some rare obscure disease. You have my sympathy, I was allergic to a medication once and it was awful. I don’t know how you’ve coped with it for so long.
Good luck,
Jake

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No it's not a medication and there's no Rhyme or Reason to it it's not something I'm eating they've done test is for that this is coming from the inside of my body almost like an autoimmune disease it's not diabetes I tested negative for that it's not going to charge right as I tested negative for that my father had lupus so I'm high I'm so full of autoimmune diseases anyways was just trying to figure out what it is but thank you

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