The main symptom of Sweet's syndrome is skin lesions (Sweet's lesions) that often appear as a sore or painful red/purple rash. Patients can also develop other symptoms. These symptoms include:
1. Unexplained fever - normally 38 degrees centigrade or above. Less likely to occur in patients who develop Sweet's syndrome secondary to cancer or certain blood disorders.
4. Joint pain.
5. Joint swelling (arthritis).
6. Muscle pain.
7. Sore eyes, and other eye problems.
8. Sometimes mouth ulcers.
Rarely, Sweet’s syndrome can affect internal joints and organs which can cause other symptoms. Read more @ helpforsweetssyndromeuk.wor...