Can the Norene Make Your Skin Breakout Like Eczema?
I had my mirena put in 12/21/10. About mid January my hands started swelling and bubbles started forming and rupturing on them removing the skin with them. The drs said it was an allergic reaction to a ring I got for Christmas but when I got rid of the ... more »
I had my mirena put in 12/21/10. About mid January my hands started swelling and bubbles started forming and rupturing on them removing the skin with them. The drs said it was an allergic reaction to a ring I got for Christmas but when I got rid of the ring the symptoms remained. They gave me steroids time and time again to help but as soon as I was off the problem came back worse and worse.
Finally I got to see a Dermotologist after 2 months and she claimed it was a form of eczema so I tested the theory and did what she told me to. The symptoms still just continued getting worse.
I bared the pain until last week (about 6 months now) and I had to go to the ER because my hands were itching and burning so badly that I wanted to chew them off. At this point the rash looks like shingles and has spread over my fingers, wrists, upper arm, and just below my arm pits The ER Dermotologist claimed it was eczema and there was no way it could be shingles.
The next morning I went to my parents dr and he said it looks like eczema and it wasn't shingles; however, it is possible that it could be from the mirena because I'd been treating for eczema for over 2 months and it has just gotten worse and worse. On top of that my skin itself is has been having inflammation problems.
Right now that rash has spread up to my neck, onto the back of my arm, and it's starting to connect from my upper arm to my wrist covering basically all of my upper body. All of the Dermotologists have said it's extremely unusual for someone to start getting eczema at 20 years old for the first time that I would have had it when I was a little kid which I never had. I have seen 6 drs (an obgyn, one that specializes in rashes, a medi-express dr, 2 dermotolgists, and my parent's dr.) most of them more than once.