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What symptoms do skin rash ,dizziness,fatigue and recurring fever indicate ?

Hi, I am a seventeen year old girl and I have developed a rash on my stomach that has began to spread up to my upper arm. I first developed this rash when I was twelve. I didn t think much of it, but now since it has began to spread it has become a concern. It is flaky and very itchy. Even after I apply lotion it is still very itchty. They are brown-ish circles. It has just recently began to increase in itchiness. In the past month I have felt very sick. I have never in my life fainted, but I came very close two times. I began to black out and become dizzy. I almost completley passed out I was sweating profusely and then I sat down and I was fine. I had no anxiety ..I was fine all day and I had eaten..I made sure of it. My eating habits are very healthy. My knees were not locked. I have no idea what brought this spell on. Also, I have been feeling a litte depressed, more than usual, recently as well. Very tired, regardless of how much sleep I get... I have been running a fever on and off all month..and just feeling sick as well. I never get sick. I have also been expericing more headaches. Lupus crossed my mind, but I am unsure if I am just jumping to conclusions...also diabetes crossed my mind, that runs in my family. I was unsure what category to put this in... Anyways, I was just hoping for a diagnosis and what steps I should take to get rid of my symptoms.. Thank you so much...
Asked On : Mon, 2 May 2011
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Welcome to HalthcareMagic.
The symptoms that you have listed brings me down to either Diabetes or Hypothyroidism.
Get yourself tested for the same.
As for the rash, it can be anything. You may send me your rash's pics on my email so that I can provide you with the correct diagnosis and treatment.
Answered: Mon, 2 May 2011
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