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Recurring hives, vomiting, bruising on legs and arms, soreness, muscle ache and tiredness. Reason?

Hello, about to weeks ago I had a few welts come up on my arms & the same day was sick. I have been suffering from hives every other day, vomitting twice a week for no reason, I have bruising on my arms & legs, ( I tend to bruise very easily ) Im sore to touch, my muscles ache & am tired all the time??? I had bloods taken yesterday. I also suffer from tummy cramps and my bladder feels full & sore all the time. My eyes have been very sore & dry recently.
Asked On : Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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Hi the symptoms mentioned are symptoms of connective tissue disease like sle
.just rule out thyroid disease by doing thyroid profile or sometimes it is due to urticarial vasculitis.use atarax 25 mg at night a broad spectrum antibiotic and a course of omnacortil 10 mg thrice daily slowly tapered to 10 mg daily within 15 days.take pantop-d before breakfast and application of calamine lotion over the lesions can cure it
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