I was recently diagnosed with Swine flu which then progressed into some Pnirmonic infection.
I have experienced bereathing difficulties, temperatures, palpatations, acute sinus pain and discharge, week legs and difficulty in walking more that a few hundred yards. I feel generally very unwell and have done now for about 7 weeks. I have also experienced chills and a lot of discomfort around my liver area, and stomach bloating, also a coug, somtimes dry and sometines loose. the Back of my nexk is also fery uncomfortable. I have had much discomfort accross the chest and accross my shoulder blades and down my ribs at the back on my right side.
I have had blood tests with revealed raised liver function levels, raised CRL, and raised white cell count..
After a co8uple of weeks i was prescribed Erythamyicine, and when tht made no difference, Ofaloxcin.
After the Ofaloxcin, my white cell came down, and i felt a bit better for a feew days, then it all came back and my cell count's rose again.
I am waithing to be seen at the Centre for Infectious Diseases on Thursday and i don't know if i can hang on.
Question; Cound this be Lyme disease, as i was at a festival at the end of June in Glastonbry, England, and was camping. I suddenly had pain in my back a month after Glastonbury ,which lasted for 3 days, then disappeared, then about 4 weeks later all the above symptoms started.
The Swine Flu can ply havoc on other organs besides your respitorial problems.I am so glad you have a appointment with the Center of Infectous Disease Center.They can evaluate what meds for what infection,and examine your organs,its good to know you can respond to antbiotics,Good Luck
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