Sometimes a Systemic Yeast Infection can have light symptoms, and because of this they're dismissed as nothing to concerned about. The problem is, this allows the yeast to enter the bloodstream where a lot of different problems can eventuate and can even become a life-threatening situation.

The body naturally has a certain amount of yeast that lives in the body in small quantities and actually help the body, without doing any harm to it. There are also different types of microorganisms inside the body that are there to keep the yeast in check so an infection does not occur.

On-going stress attacks, poor choices of food, normal pregnancy changes, immune system deficiency diseases, antibiotic medications and other disease may abolish the tiny microorganisms and thereby allow the Systemic Yeast Infection Symptoms to rage.

The Systemic Yeast Infection Symptoms can differ from each individual, but here a few of the most usual ones:

Heavy sense of exhaustion and unusual run down feelings may arise.

1. The feelings of sensory disturbances, unusual muscle aches and pains, continual headaches, constant dizziness, and complaints of the sufferering of persistent tiredness are signs of a person with Systemic Yeast Infection.

2. Unusual or sudden sensitivity to chemicals or new food allergies.
Arising troubles which haven't occurred before with several chemicals or foods are common with those suffering from Systemic Yeast Infection Symptoms.

3. Problems with the gastrointestinal tract.

On many occasions, as touched on in the previous detail of the food allergies, flatulence, inflammatory bowel disease, rectal itching, constipation, and diarrhea are the most common of the Symptoms.

It is even possible for thrush, a Yeast Infection affecting the mouth and/or throat, to develop.

4. Onset of urinary and genital problems.

5. Development of hives and skin rashes.

You could even be having a case of hives, and not know where they came from.

6. Suddenly feeling irritable or mildly depressed.

Many times people complain of Systemic Yeast Infection Symptoms that include: mental confusion, feeling of being in a 'fog', difficulty focusing or concentrating, sleepness nights, memory loss, and decreased attention span.

7. Problems with the autoimmune system.

Some autoimmune disorders that normally become worse from a Systemic Yeast Infection are sarcoidosis, scleroderma, myasthenia gravis, arthritis, hemolytic anemia, thrombocytopenic purpura, or systemic lupus erythematosus.

Yeast flourish on a body that is fed with sugar, refined starch, and chemical additives.
These chemicals, starches and sugars are also readily present in bread, cookies, chips and other junk foods which are a large part of many peoples diets.

When someone is under immense stress, the microorganisms in the body that control the yeast start to die off.

Anytime you think you may have a Systemic Yeast Infection Symptoms, you need to check with your doctor about what tests need to be run to determine what your body's level of Yeast organism is.
All in all, remember that it's vital to know if you are dealing with a Systemic Yeast Infection Symptoms so you can get the proper treatment.

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  1. mohindersobti

    Question for an ophtalmologist: my friend is turing blind, below are some details of the tests… pl advice?
    Female patient
    DOB: June 7, 1973
    Poland
    In the hospital they diagnosed the problem as a retrobulbar inflammation of left optic nerve

    Some tests done are detailed below:

    MRI of the head – the result: everything is ok, MRI shows no changes (we have everything on CD)
    Ultrasonic blood flow detection in carotid arteries – generally OK but because they wasn’t 100% sure, they ordered angio-TK (angio-CT)
    angio-TK (angio-CT) – the results: no pathology, everything is OK there ( we have it on CD)
    angio-MRI of the head – again, everything is OK, no pathology (we have CD)
    Rtg of nasal sinusem – OK
    stomatological consultation – 2 dentists said – everything is ok, but even so docs in the hospital sent her to another dentist and she ordered to remove 4 teeth (two of them because they could press the nerve, two of them because they were devitalized, dead)
    blood tests:
    InG and IgM – negative, no borreliosis
    CRP 2,0 0,6 (whatever it is)
    Hematocrit 30,8
    Hemoglobin 11,00
    Erythrocyte 3,82
    Leukocyte 13,6
    WR (Wassermann Reaction) – negative
    Na (sodium) 139,6
    K (potassium) 4,96
    RF (rheumatoid factor) 7 (0-14)
    ASO (Antistreptolysin O) 24 (0-200)
    FT3 1,8 ( 2,02 -4,43)
    FT4 1,55 (0,93-1,71)
    TSH 0,364 (0,27-4,2)
    Anty DNA negative
    They were giving her: Cavinton (Vinpocetine), Dexaven (Dexamethasonum), Solu Medrol (Methylprednisolone Acetate), Lendacin (Ceftriaxone), Polfilin (Pentoxyfiline), Metypred (Methylprednisolone Acetate)
    Leaving hospital the patient was ordered to take Metypred (Methylprednisolone Acetate), Cavinton (Vinpocetine) and Controloc (Pantoprazole)
    Looking for focus of inflammation patient visited: laryngologist and gynaecologist – everything is OK, we have made USG of abdominal cavity – everything’s OK
    Finally, patient has visited endocrinologist. Because she suspected the empty sella syndrome (ESS) – she ordered MRI of pituitary gland – the results, everything is OK ( we have CD) patient had blood test again – TSH 2,19 (0,27-4,2), FT3 5,33 (3,1-6,8), anty-TPO 9,8 (<34,0)
    Patient also had some kind of test which shows electric impuls in brain when your eye is looking at the moving white and black chequered pattern on the monitor screen (We think it is called F-VEP, we have scan of the results (in English))

    That’s all. Generally nobody knows why my friend has that problem with her eye and why she can’t see much with it or if she will ever be able to see more? Please advice with your expertise, what tests can be done, to detect this problem & how or if we can try improving her conditions!

    1. gangadharan nair

      Damage along the optic pathway causes a variety of visual field changes. Optic neuritis is inflammation of the optic nerve. Symptoms are usually unilateral, with eye pain and partial or complete vision loss. Diagnosis is primarily clinical. Treatment is directed at the underlying condition; most cases resolve spontaneously.
      Outlook (Prognosis):-
      Patients who have optic neuritis without a disease such as multiple sclerosis have a good chance of recovery. Optic neuritis caused by multiple sclerosis or other autoimmune diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus has a poorer outlook.
      Possible Complications:-
      * Body-wide side effects from corticosteroids
      * Vision loss
      About 20% of patients with a first episode of optic neuritis will develop multiple sclerosis.
      Please note that I am not a medical professional.

  2. Jackie C

    BODY ACHES,AND HEAD TENDERNESS?
    I often get sharp head pains in my head,and believe it or not a headache does not follow.Well It happen again and it was just happening for about ten minutes,the sharp pain would leave and come back.It hurt so bad sometimes I have to grab my head.Well last nite my body started to get very achy.I went home and as soon as I laid down I was getting the chills,all nite the chills just kept coming and going.My right side of the head above my ear was very tender and it hurt when you touch it,I t also felt swollen.I went to sleep and had to change my clothes in the middle of the nite because I was soaked.I think I had a fever also.Most of all my joints hurt so bad.My ankle,my arms,my back.Not the skin but My bones.I can’t seem to walk right because I’m so sore.I feel like I just work out and my body is sore.I don’t have a sore throat.I don’t feel sick like a cold or anything.My bones just hurt.I just notice this huge black and blue mark behind my left knee.I have no idea where it came from.When I’m sitting or laying I can feel my bones hurting and throbbing pain that comes and goes.My hands get very numb,while I’m doing things,driving,cooking,cleaning,talking on the phone.As long as I can remember I’ve always had a rash on my cheeks …I just don’t feel ill so what can it be?Please help

  3. ღ Thursday ღ

    I have 2 medical questions. can you answer?
    1. What does it mean when there is so much pressure on your heart that it’s hard to breathe? It causes you to clench your chest.

    2. I’m in my early 20s, why would I be having serious joint pains occasionally? Knees, hands, feet, elbows, shoulders?

    Any information would be wonderful. I apperciate your time in answering my questions.

  4. Michelle S

    Do I have a tumor? ParaThyroid Problems?
    PLEASE NOTE I have tried all the symptom checkers on the internet and this issue is too complex for those, so please dont suggest that in your answer..

    I have lots of symptoms and I feel like I am dying (literally) so I am interested to find out what people think I may have. I have all kinds of tests lined up over the next week (I just had a blood test, having a CAT scan, and checkups with various doctors, endocrinologists etc.)
    Symptoms: general feeling of being EXTREMELY tired (like onset of flu, aching muscles, esp in the lower back and the shoulders/neck area – to the extent that I sleep a good nights sleep then go out for 10 mins in the morning and have to come back home for a nap). I also have ear symptoms – my ears feel like I have a sock stuck between them, a fair amount of pressure in my head just behind my ears, and I hear sounds but in a “fuzzy” way (cant hear some low freq sounds like thunder etc – had a hearing test and this was confirmed). My ENT actually did surgery, draining fluid from my ears and putting tubes in my ears, and though this helped a little it was a VERY little, it definitely didnt help with the main problem.. I still have popping noises in my ears and those pops are followed by reduced hearing or enhanced hearing alternately and a feeling of wetness at the entrance to my ears, though the ENT says there is no discharge.. I occasionally feel a little dizzy. I seem to sleep ok, but as I am going to sleep I have that feeling like you are falling out of bed and kind of shock yourself awake – a few times each night.. not sure if that is relevant.. Just prior to the onset of all these symptoms I had a TERRIBLE backache – I could hardly walk for a week – and that was followed by what appeared to be a real flu.. Also recently I had a “boo boo” on my foot that failed to heal and I have had lots of pains in my mouth – as if my teeth were all going to fall out, and also a feeling of having mouth ulcers all over my mouth. Also, prior to the onset of these symptoms I had been feeling a lot more tired than usual for the past three years (since the birth of my second child).. during the first year of this, I had gone to the doctors and had lots of tests and they all came up blank – nothing wrong.. I am hoping this time they find something or I will feel like a hyperchondriac. Please feel free to speculate about what the problem maybe, though I prefer Doctors to give their views if possible.. I have come up with the following possibilities:
    Epstein Barr virus
    Hodgkins Lymphoma
    Myeloma
    Lupus
    Nasopharyngeal cancer

    1. Memere RN/BA

      I’m sorry but I didn’t even read any of it and I’ll tell you why. You should never try to diagnose anything on a web site simply because many of those sites don’t give both sides of the story or problem. They only give vague symptoms that could be anything.
      I was 23 when I had my parathyroid removed because of a tumor. It began on my thyroid, wrapped itself around my parathyroid, and half way around my esophagus prohibiting me from sleeping on my back because it would feel like I was being choked. The tumor protruded so it was visible on the outside It didn’t bother me at the time and if it wasn’t for my friends mother, I would never have gotten it checked out. I began loosing a lot of weight, started getting very fatigued. There are simple tests that can be done to visualize a tumor. I can see your lists of things you came up with. You picked some goodies. I hope you’re wrong. I’ve been there and I know what it’s like. so if you have a tumor and the parathyroid is involved, you will not only find out, but eventually you will see it, Just don’t wait until that happens. Good luck. Hope you’re well.

    1. Jennifer

      There are different symptoms and different types of anemia.I’m anemic and my doctor has ordered new blood tests to find out exactly where and what form of anemia I have,I also have SLE(LUPUS),she said it could be from that.As for some of the symptoms,they can range from being lightheaded,dizzy,pale faced,low blood pressure,weak,muscle weaknes and other symptoms.I just hope that your NOT 1 of these young people(mostly teens) that think your have some kind of illness/disease,without a doctors DIAGNOSES!!!!!!!!!! Just because you MIGHT have a few symptoms of something,that does NOT mean you actually have IT!! I used to come here on YA’s about 6 months ago,now since I’ve come back just about 3 weeks or so ago.Now all I read about are teenagers asking question THINKING they have a disease based SOLELY on what they seen ONLINE using a freaking symptom checker or what 1 of their friends might have told them they have!!!! There seem to be NO real questions here anymore,except 1’s like this…All you teens think you have something just because you feel a symptom,or because a friend said you have something. PLEASE,PLEASE,PLEASE GOOOOOO TO A DOCTOR…GET A DIAGNOSESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

  5. jyw

    What the heck is wrong with me?
    For the past year or so I have had such horrible joint pain….it happens most of the time in one side of the body from head to toe…..then some days its both sides…Im 22 years old…I havent had any injuries….also since Feb. of this year my Lumbar area of back…has been in extreme pain sometimes…..The pain got a little better….but it still hurts everyday…and has since feb. Im not sure whats happend to me….I did some research online and done symptom checkers online…the things that come up the most is Lupus and Lyme Disease…..both could be possible….my mother has a form of lupus….and I was bit by a tick when I visited England a few years back….your prob wondering why im not at a doc…..well its not that easy….I no longer have health insurance… just some ideas would help….and more info you need just ask…im sure i left something out…
    ALSO…..the last year and a half my eyes have been going crazy….what happens is outta the blue they move horizontally back and forth really fast……it happens sometimes 5 times a day…..its extremely annoying…..not really painful……Thanks guys!
    i did sign up for a free program that we have locally but its going to take a while to get it…about a month or so….so until then Im gonna need to deal….I dont know if this is at all related….but since 2007 my menstrual cycle has completely changed as well….I used to get my period the 14th of every month since I was 11 years old……then as I said….in 2007 it all changed….at first I thought I may be pregnant…..I kept taking test after test and all were negative…..I didnt see a period for 2 months….then I finally got one….from that point on I got my period every 2 months….then all of a sudden it went from every 2 months to having one every 4 months…..and when i did get them It was extremely heavy…..the last period I had was about a month ago…..I used a whole box of tampons and half a box of pads…..in 4 days…..its horrible…..
    ** I forgot to add that my gland or lymph node(whatever its called) in my neck and right arm pit sometimes out of the blue get swollen and hurt to the touch…

  6. flawless1212

    Question about sciatica??
    A few days ago my left foot started hurting on top and on the side near my ankle. The pain has steadily progressed these last few days and now my lower back, left thigh muscle and lower calf are hurting. About 1 year ago I was tested for lupus. I did have positive ANA but the titer level for lupus was low so my rheumatologist ruled out lupus. The muscle pain and joint pain is becoming wide spread but I mostly feel it in my back and it is driving me crazy. Could the sciatic nerve cause this kind of pain? I don’t see my rheumatologist until the 27 of March so I am kinda dealing with the pain but I am starting to limp when I walk because of the pain in my foot that radiates from my lower back.

  7. bmhubs

    I have these mysterious symptoms, do these ring a bell with anyone??? can really use some advice…?
    Does anyone know what might cause these symptoms?
    So in september of last year I became ill, I was tired all the time, i couldn’t sleep at night at all, in the morning after maybe 3 hours of sleep I would wake up and my body felt stiff. This was a common occurrence since august and then at the end of september I had what we are calling episodes where I took a nap and when I woke up I was dizzy (felt like the room was spinning), I couldn’t stand up without losing balance and I couldn’t speak. I knew what I wanted to say but I couldn’t get the words to come out and when I did I would stutter, also my legs and wrist and hands would go numb and tingle and sometimes just throb in pain. After going to neurology and being admitted to the hospital to have several test done the doctors came up with nothing.
    Recently I have been having new symptoms, my hair is falling out, and I have been having short headaches where I get sharp pains in my head for a few minutes, and I get these painful sensations in the back of neck right at my hair line that feels like pressure… I would really like to know other peoples thoughts on this because the doctors have no clue. They were thinking MS, or Lupus but the lupus test came back negative and the only effective test for MS is a spinal tap and they won’t do it. I have a doctors appointment Jan 9th and I would like some ideas to throw out to the doctors.

  8. Victor Medldrew

    What might the doctor say when i go to the surgery about my x ray results?
    The other day I had an x ray because I tend to get pain in my joints especially in cold weather, I phoned the surgery today for the results and my doctor asked me to make an appointment regarding them, so I made the appointment for a week tomorrow. What could it be if it isn’t arthritis? Nothing has been ruled out at all

  9. Michelle S

    Doctors only please answer this question?
    PLEASE NOTE I have tried all the symptom checkers on the internet and this issue is too complex for those, so please dont suggest that in your answer..
    ALSO Please note that I dont want opinions like “dont try to answer this on the internet” – I am already trying to answer this via blood tests, CAT scans etc. but I want a DOCTORS opinion on what my problem sounds like please..

    I have lots of symptoms and I feel like I am dying (literally) so I am interested to find out what people think I may have. I have all kinds of tests lined up over the next week (I just had a blood test, having a CAT scan, and checkups with various doctors, endocrinologists etc.)
    Symptoms: general feeling of being EXTREMELY tired (like onset of flu, aching muscles, esp in the lower back and the shoulders/neck area – to the extent that I sleep a good nights sleep then go out for 10 mins in the morning and have to come back home for a nap). I also have ear symptoms – my ears feel like I have a sock stuck between them, a fair amount of pressure in my head just behind my ears, and I hear sounds but in a “fuzzy” way (cant hear some low freq sounds like thunder etc – had a hearing test and this was confirmed). My ENT actually did surgery, draining fluid from my ears and putting tubes in my ears, and though this helped a little it was a VERY little, it definitely didnt help with the main problem.. I still have popping noises in my ears and those pops are followed by reduced hearing or enhanced hearing alternately and a feeling of wetness at the entrance to my ears, though the ENT says there is no discharge.. I occasionally feel a little dizzy. I seem to sleep ok, but as I am going to sleep I have that feeling like you are falling out of bed and kind of shock yourself awake – a few times each night.. not sure if that is relevant.. I was told it sounds a bit like an epileptic fit.. Just prior to the onset of all these symptoms I had a TERRIBLE backache – I could hardly walk for a week – and that was followed by what appeared to be a real flu.. Also recently I had a “boo boo” on my foot that failed to heal and I have had lots of pains in my mouth – as if my teeth were all going to fall out, and also a feeling of having mouth ulcers all over my mouth. Also, prior to the onset of these symptoms I had been feeling a lot more tired than usual for the past three years (since the birth of my second child).. during the first year of this, I had gone to the doctors and had lots of tests and they all came up blank – nothing wrong.. I am hoping this time they find something or I will feel like a hyperchondriac. Please feel free to speculate about what the problem maybe, though I prefer Doctors to give their views if possible.. I have come up with the following possibilities:
    Epstein Barr virus
    Hodgkins Lymphoma
    Myeloma
    Lupus
    Nasopharyngeal cancer

    1. lovelyred

      Sorry, Im not a doc… but I do work with them in a health care field.
      I have to admit that I have been having very similar symptoms as well for the last 6 years. I have seen specialist after specialist. Because the symptoms are sort of “vague” in a way, they are starting to get closer to an answer. I am now awaiting a referral to the Endocrinologist (and my health care team seems very positive that I will get a diagnosis then).
      For me, this has been going on so long because I was diagnosed with Gullaine-Barre Syndrome and a chronic form (CIDP) and thought that the symptoms I now have were because of that. You might want to Google that and see if it sounds a bit like when youre experiencing. They thought for a long time that it was Epstein-Barr, Lymphoma, or MS.
      I have spoken to more than a couple of colleagues about this and they all feel that all signs are leading to hormones being unbalanced. have you had your hormones checked? I have had some results saying that some of my hormones are not where they should be…

      From what you wrote, it sounds like the referrals and tests they have ordered are leading you on the right path.
      I know how hard it feels to keep pursing this while you are feeling so sick, but please for youre own sake, keep on it until you get an answer and feel better again. The squeaky wheel gets the grease.

      All the best.

  10. Industrial Monk

    Dizziness, fatigue, headaches/migraines…what’s wrong with me?
    For the past two weeks I have been getting intensely dizzy, experiencing vertigo. I also get intense headaches, sensitivity to light and horrible fatigue. I find that I am constantly tired, and usually don’t have the energy to get up most days.
    I take anti-depressants and birth control…I have been tested for diabetes, lupus and mono and they all came back negative.
    I even had to go to urgent care a few days ago because I broke out in a cold sweat, then got hot then cold. The room kept spinning, but it eventually cooled down after an hour.
    Unfortunately the doctors can’t do anything at urgent care unless I have an idea what it could be. Since I was tested for diabetes, mono and lupus they said they can’t so much else, that I had to visit my primary doctor and get some tests taken.
    So here’s the problem…I won’t be able to get an appointment with my doctor for three to four weeks, AND I must have an idea what to test for. What should I do? What’s wrong with me and in the meantime, how can I get my symptoms to cool down when they rise up like this?

  11. worried

    LUPUS OR SEVERE STRESS?
    I have posted many different questions here for the pass 2 months as i had a hard time understanding why i was having so much different symptoms and going to so much different doctors trying to get help in finding out wat is wrong with me all they said ur just depress but depress when i keep peeing alot many trips to the bathroom pain in my right side and back he said UTI but the meds only work a short time then it start all over i have no bleeding just very mild swelling in one of my ankle and that’s wht i see every1 says they dnt see a swelling i had protein in my urine he said was cause from the UTI but does UTI give pain in back and side i have knee pain in 1 knee now and then my skin has a burning sensation at nights mostly i was diagnose with chronic gastritis a month ago i had tht 3years ago when i was on blood pressure med call aldomet and had medicinal induce lupus after i stop the meds all when back normal until now i have burning feeling in my gut at times i have lost 10lbs and sometimes 14 lbs sometimes i feel ok and other times im just really not feeling like me its scary that a month ago while having my period i had horrible hot flash excess sweating and hot and cold feeling told my doctor he just blow me off saying just hormones acting up hummmm i said to myself hormones acting up at age 29 i wake in the mornings with racing heart then it stop i have metallic mouth sometimes and funny feeling in my throat sometimes i don’t feel like eating then other time i eat alot i have jus ask my doctor to check me for lupus i did my ANA test but haven’t gotten results yet but wat i wud like to know cud all this add up to lupus or just plain stress from the death of my best friend of 15years all these symptoms start right after her death . please help

    1. SGT V

      Try keeping a medical diary to assist your doctors in diagnosing you accurately. LIst symptoms with onset time, time of day, and any food or physical activity (for example). Medications, names and times including any supplements and over the counter drugs. Try to take medications at the same time each day for optimal effectiveness. Track your sleep, quantity and quality. Ditto for exercise/activity. When in the doctors office it is easy to forget certain seemingly unimportant issues that when put together by the professionals help them to make an accurate diagnosis.
      My sympathies on the loss of your friend. I lost 1 friend then a much closer friend within 9 months of each other recently. Stress and/or situational depression can wreak havoc on the human body. It gets to be a part of the pain-depression cycle. Depression aggravates pain.. pain increase leads to more depression and so on..
      Not making excuses for the medical profession. Medicine is a practice, not an absolute science. Tests and referrals are accomplished to “rule out” specific conditions. Let me try to give you some ideas from my experience as a USAF medic and a person with a spinal cord injury who has been seeing many doctors for the past 30 years trying to keep on top of my laundry list of health issues.
      1) frequent urination/protein in urine- frequency can be related to UTI and also fluid intake. You most certainly can experience back and side pain with the problem. Protein in the urine CAN be something as simple as ingestion of eggs and a non fasting sample. Remember to take antibiotics until completed.
      2)metallic mouth- can be side effect of antibiotic use
      3) stomach problems- hyperacidity could explain the burning sensation and the effect on your appetite.
      I have linked you below to Web MD Symptom Checker and the Lupus overview.
      With the variety of symptoms you present only a doctor with access to your complete medical info can really guide you. Anything anyone here would say is just conjecture. I have used the “medical diary” before with good results because like you I have a wide variety of symptoms that can make a diagnosis difficult.
      Best of luck to you.

  12. Frank

    My symptoms are symptoms AND tiredness AND sleeplessness AND bruses AND low platelets?
    i have all these problems and and every night i feel tiredness and sleepessness but i cant sleep do to all the pain. i have gone to doctor and yet they say everything is normal. i wanna know if there is a web site or some where where i could find something. please help me.

    1. Havoktattoo

      What pain? Joint pain? How long has it been going on and do you have any other symptoms? First thing that comes to mind is lupus or other auto-immune disorder. But fatigue, and bruising could be absolutely anything.. I’m not a doctor, I just have health issues of my own. You’d really need to be more specific about what type of pain you’re experiencing and for how long. Is it constant? or does it come and go? WebMD isn’t always accurate, but you can use their symptom checker as a good place to start if you’re concerned.

  13. tiffany

    if i dont have mono, what is it?
    all week i’ve been kinda lightheaded and dizzy alot, extremely fatigued and no energy, and loss of appetite, headaches, swollen glands, and chills. i went to the doctor and they said it might be just menstral, i got blood tests and it came back today saying i dont have mono or epstein barr. all they said was the iron in my blood was a little high but it was fine. i seriously thought i had mono . back in like october or november i had kinda the same symptoms -just lightheaded, swollen glands, nasea, and headaches. the doctor said my period was coming, but it didnt come for another 2 or 3 months (im not on a regular cyle yet) my doctor was wrong that time. so now i dont just know if it really is just my period, or i really have some kinda of sickness. anyone know?

  14. Ernie

    What does it mean when I have a butterfly shaped rash on the back and right side of my neck?
    This is actually two seperate rashes right next to each other with a small space with no rash. Weird. It developed about three months ago. I thought it was a heat rash at first, but it has persisted and has not gone away. I don’t have health insurance, so I can’t go to the doctor to get it checked out. The rash doesn’t hurt, and it hasn’t scabbed over or anything, it’s just a scale-y textured rash. I have tried putting lotion on it as well as neosporin to try to get it to go away, but it hasn’t helped.

    Please do not suggest that I go to the doctor, that is not helpful for me right now. I don’t have health insurance, and I cannot go to the doctor at this time. Please give helpful suggestions instead on how to get rid of it. Thanks!
    Please do not send me to websites that I am unfamiliar with, as I will not go to them… Too many viruses out there. If the information is posted online, you can post it here for me. Thanks!
    -I live in the United States (the Midwest)

    -Is it possible that it could be shingles? I did have chicken pox as a young child, but I just don’t know. I don’t really have any other symptoms that would lead me to believe it’s anything more serious than just a rash?
    Ah sorry to be adding so many extra details… I remembered something about when I first got the rash… I was wearing a necklace with sterling silver in it when the rash first developed. It was a really hot day in June and I was quite warm.

    I totally forgot about this until my boyfriend reminded me. I take benadryl for allergies already, but sometimes I break out in these weird little red dots on my hands when I take benadryl, so I try to avoid it.

    I really wish I could go to a free clinic but I don’t even have an extra five dollars to spare, so I have to just deal with it until I get a job that pays me enough to buy some health insurance…

  15. נєѕѕ

    Is it possible that I am anemic?
    I’m 15 years old. I’m always, and I mean ALWAYS tired. No matter what I do. These past few days have just been worse for me. I haven’t been able to go to school. I’ve been so tired, I’ve been having a hard time keeping my eyes open. I sleep all night, and I don’t wake up in the middle of the night, but I’ve been so tired these past few days I haven’t been able to get out of bed. I’ve been sleeping until like 3 pm. I have dark circles under my eyes. I have a heavy period. I’m always cold, no matter how hot it is, part of me will always be freezing. When I get up in the morning, I have to sit up slowly or else everything goes black and I can’t see for a few seconds. If I get in the shower and I haven’t eaten anything in a few hours, everything goes black in the shower and I almost pass out. I’m not dehydrated, because I’m always drinking water. I LOVE chewing ice cubes. I also have a shortage of breath. I can’t deep breathe or else I feel like I’m losing air.

    My mom is taking me to the doctor tomorrow. I’m just wondering if it’s possible if I could be anemic? I eat red meat, but not ALL the time. Also, how much blood do they take when they test you for anemia? I have two vials of blood drawn last year to test for thyroidism or whatever, and I blacked out after that.

  16. kitty45342

    tired all the time weak mussles?
    Im tired all the time, my eyelids are always red with dark circles underneath, My mussles get tired really quick and easy, I just lost a ton of weight but im almost positive it was the medicine I was taking. I went from 135 to 109 in like 5 months. I just recently got an abnormal pap smear back from the gyn and have to go in for a biopsy. I dont know whats wrong with me help.

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