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A case of rheumatic fever lasting forever, could this be an auto-immune disorder?
I am a young teenager who has been dealing with an excruciating long case of rhuematic fever ( 2 months, 5 months off and on) Is this a normal time period for rhematic fever, or could i have an AIS? I have been tested for lupus and JRA, results negative.

My symptoms are listed here, all on the left side of the body unless noted with an asterick.
Stabbing Abdominal pain
Headaches
joint pain limiting movement (not able to unbend)
lung infection
pleursy
photosensitivity*
stiff knees
stiff neck*
blurred vision*
eye pain*
Pain in the spine*
boils*
anemia*
twitching below eye
purplish rash that looks like 3 purple dots on my left arm (stinging)
chest pain*
tachycardia*
feels like air is not getting in*
dyspenia*
tingling in spine*
head rushes*
vertigo*
ringing in ears*

Please help!





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