You could have Toxic Shock Syndrome
. Call your doctor and tell him/her your symptoms.
I pulled this from the web site below:
When to Call the Doctor
Call your doctor immediately if your child has any of the following signs and symptoms:
Signs of shock: Go to the emergency department immediately or call an ambulance if your child has cold
hands and feet; a pulse that is fast and weak; confusion or other mental changes; pale, moist skin; shortness of breath; abnormally fast breathing; or a strong feeling of anxiety
Signs of TSS: Look for fever; rash
(especially a rash that looks like sunburn
and vomiting; watery diarrhea; confusion or other mental changes; and decreased urination. If your daughter uses tampons, ask her to tell you immediately if she notices any unusual vaginal discharge
, especially if it smells strange or bad. Most of the time that will be due to other causes, but no matter the cause, it still rates evaluation.
Signs of STSS: Look for the symptoms of shock listed above, plus a fever; blotchy rash; and an area of infected skin that is red, swollen, and painful.
Once you realize that something is wrong, it's important to get medical attention right away. The sooner your child gets treatment, the quicker the recovery will be.