Wow, Eschina, thanks for the extra info. You're sensitivity to it is far more extreme then mine.
I remember vaguely that when my levels got to high I was in some discomfort, extremely lethargic, but the big thing was being itchy all the time, and all over. I was worried my family had changed laundry soap again, as when I'd been a child I had extremely sensitive skin; couldn't wear generic make-up, couldn't use certain body or laundry soaps, etc. It was the only thing that seemed to explain being itchy on places like the soles of my feet, but it seemed that the severity of it was localized to my skins and down. I got so itchy that I would scratch myself raw and bloody on a regular basis, especially at night. They had me take benedryl but that only compounded the lethargy I was experiencing and so I ended up asleep most of the time. I also had a delicate stomache and couldn't even keep the simplest foods, such as oatmeal, down. With the benedryl I was at least able to eat, but I found that if it wasn't oatmeal my body would regject it. For a month all I did was sleep, go in weekly for blood draws, and get woken up by my mother on a regular basis so she could shovel oatmeal into me before I'd fall unconcious again.
Originally injured 10/26/2007 - Initial diagnosis; Tendonitis
Spent next year seeing specialist after specialist; Bone, Muscle, Hand, Neurologist, Chriopractor, Physical Therapist...
Went through a battery of tests, multiple MRI's
11/16/09 I was finally diagnosed CRPS - Stage 2
Permanently disabled, on Percoset.
February 2011 successful SCSU trial
No surgeon willing to do my SCSU Implant