I believe I may have reiter's syndrome...can someone help me?
It started with urethritis...NGU/NSU...I am free of all STD's.
I developed flu like symtoms and a strep throat, and a skin rash all over my body. This rash went away within a few days. I was prescribed prednisone for this, and missed a dose...and my body started to ache intensely...every single joint in my body was aching...it went away.
I developed the skin on my feet peeling...however; it isn't what the feet of the reiter's syndrome I see online looks like...but it is peeling onIy both feet...all over, except on the arch.
Is this reiter's syndrome? Should I be worried?
Also, I don't have salmonella...which is a common trait of reiter's syndrome...but I do have a parasitic infection.
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