I started my Humira...was going okay until last weekend felt some swelling in my face and wondered if it was my Topamax for my migraines because they started me back on it. Well I got thru that with benedryl then I started itching on my right thigh...then pain...oh my horrible nerve pain. Well it spread up my thigh to my waist and went around to my ribcage and stomach. But stayed all on the right side. Called Rheumy and didn't a call back for two days...ugh! Well they had me go to a clinic..urgent care and the doctor was rude. So I found a PCP...wow finally!!! Nice gal to. Well anyways it is shingles and probably from the Humira...so they put me on famciclovir and took two doses before the end of the day and a vicodin and went to be. Well I got up in the middle of the night feeling really dizzy and not right...got back to bed and by the next morning I was very dizzy and sick. I mean the room was spinning like a carnival ride...then it would make me vomit. I got so sick with vomiting my blood vessels exploded in my eye. I feel awful today but not as dizzy...and at least my hubby got hom last night from working and stayed with me. He wanted to take me to the ER but I literally felt so sick I don't think I could of gotten there. Does that make sense? Sorry for all the rambling...just needed to know what you guys thought?
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