• jessneedhelp jessneedhelp
    May 05, 2009
    I have neck,back,and hip pain.etc....
    jessneedhelp jessneedhelp
    May 05, 2009

    I'm 25 years old I have been suffering with neck,back,and hip pain for two years. I didn't get this way till I had my baby. I also have arm, leg pain, nausea,dizzness, muscle spasms, ear ringing, headaches, rashes etc... I also have a atlas and hips that wont stay in place.I have been to a doctor I have had mri,xrays, blood test for lupas,ms,atheritis,lymes, etc... All came back negative. I have been goin to a chiropractor for over a year it was helping to begin with but now I'm getting worse and new symtoms are showing up.I have many type of rashes one under my arm that was a bruise and then it turned into something that looks like a bug bite. I have a rash on my chin and upper lip it shows up when I'm stressed and one on my knee that shows up when I take a shower.My back also gets blotches of white spots on it when I put heat on my back.



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  • Cole May 07, 2009
    May 07, 2009

    When my head pain flares up, I also have rashes and itching.  My rashes are generally in my hands and neck.  It is not medication related as I take daily medications and this only occurs when severe pain flares up.  Any suggestions??

  • ladydawn May 11, 2009
    May 11, 2009

    Have they checked for lupus?

  • randy100 May 07, 2009
    May 07, 2009

    I am not sure what could be causing your rashes but if you are on opioid pain medications or some other medications used for pain that could cause a rash.


    If any of that fits you, I think you should let your physician know immediately as it could be serious.



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