Skin Condition.

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I started with a skin condition on my face which only started as a red mark as the days went out it broke out into what i thought looked like burns had so many different types of antibiotics nothing has worked i have been referred to a dermatologist but they have no idea what it is i have had skin swabs, blood tests which all come back normal.

anyone else had anything like it?

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    It could be you are allergic to something.
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      No i don't think it is as it as only just started last year and its not itchy or anything and ive had a patch test done which can back negative so its not an allergic reaction as its now causing other problems too.

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    No i don't think it is as it as only just started last year and its not itchy or anything and ive had a patch test done which can back negative so its not an allergic reaction as its now causing other problems too.

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      Excessive Sweating, im not sleeping at night only sleeping 3-4 hours a night then im awake, my hair is falling out my iron levels are low and my white cell count is slightly high
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      It definitely sounds like you have some kind of condition that needs to be diagnosed and treated. The positives here are that you're seeing doctors and they are running test. Also, it's not itching. Of course this could be just the beginning stages of something just starting for you, (I hope not). It’s not too uncommon for some conditions to take a while to be diagnosed. My vasculitis took over a year.  All the problems you have could be cause by stress. Don’t rule out stress and anxiety as the cause. Also, you not sleeping should be a concern. Have your doctor  give you something for sleep and anxiety. Let me know how everything goes.

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