The attacks would present with fever
, swollen neck lymph nodes, tight chest/breathing muscles, extreme fatigue, and a “scarlet
fever-like” rash primarily on the chest and back. The rash would last a few days and did not seem to spread to the limbs. After the rash would disappear, the other symptoms would continue for weeks. She also experienced mild stomach pain and headaches during the episodes. The episodes were sporadic, with no rhyme or reason to their occurrence.