i have a severe concern at the moment around developing endocarditis. it stems from a strange rash on my palms i keep getting, around the time of dental work / problems.
december 14th 2017 i had a tooth extraction. all went well. until the 28th december i noticed i awoke to these little pinprick spots on my palms and some on my ankles. i had no symptoms prior to them and certainly none while they were accompanying me! doctors didnt have a clue. blood tests on 2 occasions came back normal, no infection or inflammation markers. i recovered after about a week
october 2018, i have noticed now i have the same pin prick like rash on my palms again! funnily enough i had some tooth pain and bleeding over the past few weeks every now and again as i am awaiting a root canal on the damaged tooth. dentists laugh me out the surgery when i mention endocarditis. im 25 years old, male, with absolutely no cardiac problems. ive had every heart test under the sun, except an mri!
the reason for my belief of endocarditis --- the little spots remind me a lot of janeway lesions.
the second reason --- always seems to be around dental problems or work.
the third reason --- lack of other symptoms of a virus/cold etc.