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I'm begging for any advise!

Discussion in 'Ask your questions here' started by Iza, Dec 11, 2021.

  1. Iza

    Iza New Member

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    Dear forum, I'm suffering terribly, I don't know what it is and don't know what could bring any relief, steroids creams help for few hours, I'm close from cutting my toes off, can't stand anymore every evening attacks of itch and pain! My GP can't help, sent me to reumatologist, I have visit in a month! I visited dermatologist privately, also didn't get any diagnose, got told to make blood tests, I made then tests for lupus coagulant, cryoglobulines and ana1 and this last one is positive so I only know, it's something autoimmune. I got vaccinated against covid on 5th June with Jansen, my problem started suddenly in just one night in the second week of September. First I was sure it's just few mosquito bites, but it keeps progressing all the time, looks and behaves more and more agressively. GP suggested chillblains, because I work in cool hall, but do chillblains deform toes so much? Can they appear so suddenly with no reason? I have never had any toes problems or blood circulation disorders, problems with cold temperature etc, I work in cool hall 7 years. My toes are huge swollen, hard, red, hypersensitive, itchy like hell and painful, deformed with many bumps and have irritaded bloody blisters on sides, in spots where they touch each other. Symptoms are violently increasing in the evenings. Does anybody here might have any idea, what it could be, what I can try, might advise me anything? I'm begging for any clue! 20211211_224331.jpg 20211211_225130.jpg 20211211_224228.jpg 20211211_224331.jpg 20211211_225130.jpg

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  2. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Super Moderator

    Most likely chilblains. Could be Erythromelalgia, but less likely.

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