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High BP, nosebleed, vomiting, high body temperature. Cause?

I just had a strange health episode that no one understands.
I was jtreated in ER for hypothermia intravenously. I also had high blood pressure (200/175)with a little bleeding from the nose while mine is usually 120/60. The episode started quickly with vomiting, high body temperature but within 1/2 hour temperature down to 33.4.C. Tests at ER showed higher than normal lactate levels and low insulin which stablized later, and the blood pressure went down quite a bit.
They gave up trying to figure out the cause but one suspect is an idiosyncratic allergic reaction between apo-amoxi clavulin and nabilone. An exposure to yeast ( I used it for the first time to make bread).
I'd like to prevent reoccurances so any ideas?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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I POINT TOWARDS ALLERGY TO WHEAT AND I AHVE MANY PATIENTS LIKE THIS
YOU GET BLOOD SERUM TESTS FOR WHEAT MILK RICE NUTS CHANA EGG SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES
ELIMINATION DIET WILL MAKE YOU FIT AND ALL YOUR FATIGUE ANDOTHER DISEASES WILL SUBSIDE IN 3 MONTHS AFTER ELIMINATION DIET ACCORDING TO RESULTS
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