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Fatigue, regular headaches with fever, burning and pain in joints, slight blueish colouring on toes, rash over nose and high cheeks. Lupus / Coxsakkie virus ?

Dear Doctor A year ago ,i had tests run for Possible Rheumatoid Factor .It was found that i was in early stages of Lupus .I was then sent to a Physician for further tests .He concluded it was not Lupus ,but symptoms of Coxsakkie virus ,which i contracted while travelling .I somehow was not satisfied with his diagonosis .I still feel very fatigued,regular headaches with lowe grade fever , burning and pain in my joints and bones ,have slight blueish colouring on my toes ,get the rash over my nose and high cheeks ,had one disc rash on my thigh which left a scar ,have a lot of scattered petechiae . Please help....
Asked On : Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
THEY ARE ALLERGY SIGNS
AND THE CAUSE IS MILK OR WHEAT PROTEIN ACCORDING TO MY EXPERIENCE
AS ONE OR MORE FOOD COMPONENTS START REACTING WITH BODY PROTEINS SUDDENLY CAUSING ALL THE PROBLEMS
GET ALLERGY DOCTOR CONSULTATION WHO CAN GET BLOOD SERUM TETS FOR SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES FOR MILK WHEAT POTATO
AND OTHER FOOD YOY TAKE DAILY
WITHDRAW THE FOOD ACCORDIN TO RESULT AND YOU WILL BE FINE AFTER WITHDRAWL
TILL CAN TAKE SYMPATOMATIC THERAPY
Answered: Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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