I had unprotected sex two months back and developed Streptococcal infection within a day. I took Amoxicillin to get rid of it. Within five days developed yeast infection and got treatment for that. Now, I have reactive arthritis. I got two painless red bumps on the back of my hand and I do not know whether it is related to reactive arthritis. My urine sample was negative for chlamydia. But, doctor found gram positive Staphylococcus and said it was normal. He suggested Loxonin which is a NSAID. Is Staphylococcus infection dangerous? I had CBC and got the result as monocytes and CRP were elevated. In a gap of two weeks time repeated CBC again and everything was normal. Now, the urine test came out as gram positive. I am suffering from multiple joint inflammation, lightheaded, fatigue, upper respiratory difficulties, papules, conjunctivitis and gram positive Staphylococcus. What is the solution?
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I believe it was a month before I started feeling the symptoms. It started in my right knee then moved to my left hip and then right hip. Back of my legs were the worst and I could not move. I am a softball player and a pitcher. The symptoms are getting better though. I am not as sore as I was before. Although I am having pains near my left rib cage, it is warm when I touch the spot. I do see a difference in the symptoms. I have been exercising and stretching a lot along with trying to stay hydrated. There should not be anything to worry about right? I have red lesions on my forearm and some on my hand. I do not have clusters of them. Altogether I have five. Please help.
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Unprotected sex.Investigations to be done:
HLA-B27.Regarding follow up:
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