Here is my list of symptoms, I just had an emergency appendectomy april 26th as well.
Pain every where
Tender to the touch Gone after appendectomy
Fevers that come and go are low grade nothing over 100
Night/ Day sweats
Ears hurt mainly my left ear it hurts every morning
swelling in right eye a lot looks like pink eye but its not
Feeling of something in my eyes a lot
Forgetfulness mainly of short term memory
Sleepy during day
Loss of appetite came back after appendectomy
shortness of breath
swollen gland in neck
Staph infections while pregnant with second child
went to the Ent he looked at my my throat and said he saw a lot of swelling on and around my voice box but was sure it was reflux but I never feel or taste it in my mouth etc.
I just am really wanting to know whats going on here enough is enough already.
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