Are you eligible for your state insurance (like Medicaid)? Try contacting your DSHS office to see if you're eligible. Explain that you currently need to see a doctor and need coverage as soon as possible.
Since you have had these symptoms for so long, you really should see a doctor soon. As wolfmonkey said, it is most likely some type of infection, but since it hasn't gone away on its own yet then you should seek help from a doctor.
I understand completely. I have insurance but it ***** so bad it's like having no insurance. Your health is worth more than no insurance. As Mocha suggested, go to your nearest health dept. and tell them your situation. Maybe you would qualify for medical assistance. I hope you recieve medical assistance as soon as possible.
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