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Eight year undiagnosed illness.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 31, 2011
  • 01:17 AM

I'm a 24 year old male, I've had an undiagnosed illness for eight years now. I apologize in advance if some of descriptions aren't clear, but this is hard for me to put into words and I'm doing the best I can.
Before this illness I had been healthy my entire life except for a small hole in my heart that I was born with and healed on it's own. I never had any allergies, I rarely got colds or the flu and my family history doesn't have anything serious in it that I know of.

It started just before I turned 17. It began with what I would describe as weird feelings in my head, kind of like brain fog or the feeling of spacing out. For the first couple of months of the illness I was having a lot of difficulty sleeping, anxiety and fear over not knowing what was going on. My startle response was much increased. I was generally very tired as well. About two months after it started I started to get heart palpitations which seemed to be mostly triggered by certain types of foods. Around the same time I started to get food sensitivities, especially to anything with sugar. I lost about 30 pounds as well.

To be honest, it's been so long that I can't even remember all my symptoms at the beginning of this illness, but those are some of the main things I can remember. Also, I felt a heaviness in my midsection right at the bottom of the ribcage just to the left of my solar plexus. At this point my main fear was my heart, since I had never had any type of palpitations before. I went to the doctor to have it checked out and they said my heart was fine and they thought it was just stress related.

About six months after I first started feeling badly I started to feel better. My symptoms almost entirely went away except for the heart palpitations occasionally and the heaviness in my midsection. I could eat anything I wanted to again, gained back the weight I had lost and thought I was on the road to a full recovery.

Well, about six months after I started feeling better I started to get worse again. This time all my symptoms returned and were worse this time. I started to get shaky(low blood sugar) very easily and had to eat every couple of hours to keep any energy I had. I started getting drained physically very easily from any type of exercise and my food sensitivities increased as well. Either causing rapid heart rate, palpitations or increased feelings of shakiness. My startle response became more intense, and I also started to notice a tingling/numbness in my upper back near my left shoulder blade. I also had a small period time probably a month long where it was hard for me to eat and caused intense gas and bloating for hours eating just a little bit of food. But this didn't last very long like I said.

So I went to another doctor to get more blood work and everything came back within the range of normal. Nobody seemed to have any idea as to what was going on.
Up to this point the only things that showed up on any tests were a somewhat low testosterone levels, some adrenal and cortisol imbalances that doctors thought was just from the stress I was going through and some minor bacteria found in my stomach. Nothing that would account for this severity of symptoms.

At this point my food sensitivities were so intense that my main food every day was chicken and goat milk. I started having to eat a bite of food every few minutes or I would start to get shaky and my stomach would feel empty, I could usually sleep through the night, but as soon as I got up my stomach usually felt awful and had to eat immediately. This also made it impossible for me to get any type of tests done on my stomach that they would need me to fast for which is still an issue to this day.

I also started to gain weight even though it felt like I always had to eat to keep my energy up. In the period of about a year and a half I gained about 70 pounds. About 2 1/2 to 3 years into this illness I started to develop an intense sensitivity to heat. I would get intense feelings of overheating, tingling throughout my upper torso and arms and head. I would get drained even faster than normal with any type of heat.

About five years into this I started losing some weight over the summer and feeling like I had to eat a little bit less. I was about 250 LBS at the time I started losing weight and over the course of about six month I got down to 200 LBS. In October of the same year I started to get weird reactions to the goat milk I was drinking. It started to irritate my stomach a bit and cause my heart rate to go up as well. It felt different than other reactions to food I have had, but I still felt stronger than I had in a couple of years, so I wasn't too concerned about it. In January of the next year I started to feel weaker and was more intense reaction to the goat milk. At the same time if I didn't drink it I would get a pounding heart and irritation from my midsection up through my esophagus and even shortness of breath.

On to February, one day everything just seemed to fall apart at once. I got up and didn't feel much different than the last few weeks, but early afternoon my heart rate just exploded up to around 140 and only went down to about 120 a few hours later and stayed there. I talked to one of my doctors and he thought it was just stress related.

For the next couple of weeks I started to feel weaker every day. I could barely sleep and every time I woke up I felt worse than when I went to sleep. My heart would race I would get shortness of breath and my food was giving me less and less energy. My startle response was so intense that any noise I wasn't expecting would make me jump out of my skin. Any stress made my heart feel like it was clutching, it was different than any palpitations I had before.This went on for about a month and by the middle of March I was so weak I could barely walk. I ended up going to the ER for the first time in my life, they did the normal chest x-ray, EKG, blood work and couldn't find anything. They ended up releasing me that day with basically zero to go on and feeling just as bad.

Over the next couple of months I lost any ability to walk and had to be in a wheel chair to go anywhere. I started being able to sleep again and the heart rate wasn't 120+ all the time, but things were still awful overall. I also developed a new fun symptom(I've tried to keep a sense of humor as much as possible), when I had a bowl movement my heart rate would sky rocket even without having constipation. It felt like I was going to have a heart attack. I'm talking my heart rate would go to 160-180. It was a feeling of dread anytime I had to use the bathroom. I asked doctors about it and again, they said they didn't know. I felt like I was going to die at anytime.

Around June that particular symptom seemed to go away mostly. My sensitivity to goat milk did as well. I was gaining weight again, but I was still barely getting any energy from food and in July it was to the point where I ended up going to the ER again. This time they said my reflexes seemed quick and thought I might have a neurological issue, so they did a ct-scan, but it came back normal. I was released the same day again.
I saw a endocrinologist, neurologist and gastroenterologist and none of them were very helpful. The gastroenterologist didn't even understand the connection between my needing to eat and my energy level, which seemed somewhat strange to me. Anyway, the only thing I got out of that was a positive test for H. pylori. Again, not something that would account for the severity of my symptoms according to the doctors.

In the next few months I started to feel a little bit better. I started to get a little bit more energy from food, my startle response was a little less and had a bit more energy overall. I continued to slowly feel a bit better and better. By the next March I felt good enough to start standing a bit and over the period of about two months I was able to walk like I had before I was in the wheel chair. It's pretty shocking to me that I went downhill that much and recovered at least somewhat without any medical intervention.
Since then, up to current day I feel about as good as I have since a few years ago, but still not very good overall. I'm still no closer to finding a true diagnosis and feel I need a doctor that thinks a bit more outside the box. I'm also on a type of disability that I have to go to a doctor that accepts it or risk losing my benefits, so that makes it even harder to find the help I need.

Needless to say, this has had a devastating effect on my life the past eight years in every way imaginable. I have to find out what I have going on and I won't keep letting doctors tell me I don't know or it's in your head.
I'm sorry for the length of this post, but I'm trying to give as much detail as possible. If there is anything that needs clarification or have other questions please let me know.

Thanks for any help you can offer.

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  • I forgot to add the period leading up to when I lost my ability to walk, canker soars that got progressively worse over several moths to the point where my entire mouth was full of them and had trouble eating and talking because of how painful they were. They cleared up around the middle of the summer where I couldn't walk, though.Just thought I would add another detail.
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  • Hi. I'm not a doctor. I'm not giving medical advise. I can only tell you the obvious, that your body is reacting to something. It doesn't matter if it is psychosomatic or not, it is certainly real. I send condolences that the doctors are unable to find a source or give the condition a label.Have you thought about approaching the problem from a nutritional viewpoint? It is obvious that your immune system is over-reacting to an unknown stimulus or stimuli, whether is it a food substance, something air borne, or toxic people.My profession has nothing to do with medical, but I'd recommend a change of environment for starters. Then get on the Internet and learn every thing you can about the Immune System. A body needs a balance of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids. While it can make most of what it needs (except vitamin C) if something it needs isn't there, the system slows down its repair cycle until it has manufactured what it needs. Sort of like a computer with a slow loading problem. Make sure you get Vitamin C every day.With all that stress you have had you may need to back up your Adrenal Glands with some nutritional support. So you have an area to study. The more knowledge you get about the body and how it functions the more you will be able to take charge of the condition, whatever it is.Granted, it is still a medical problem and perhaps some doctor may have heard of this happening before to someone.Change your location is my first advice. Stay away from any toxic people (people who put you down, want you to be dependent on them, manipulate you, just bad news dudes)I don't mean move down the street. Pick a different environment, as much different as you can possibly make it with whatever means you have. See if you are starting to improve after about ten days. My best advice. Good luck.
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  • First off, for your gastrointerologist to say he didn't understand your feeling the need to eat to keep up your energy levels was ridiculous. Having said that, aside from your onsets of food allergies, have you talked to a doctor about a possible vaso-vagal issue? It's the nerve that, when damaged, can cause a myriad of seemingly unrelated symptoms. If you haven't heard of it, Google it! There's all kinds of information. I'm a 24-year-old female with a ridiculous amount of health issues that spans from fibromyalgia to heart palpitations to fainting spells to gastropareisis to autoimmune proctitis that the doctors say will likely develop into Crohns, so I sympathize. My gastroparesis went undiagnosed for TWELVE YEARS. I had one doctor tell me it was all in my head and all the while I was vomiting EVERY SINGLE MORNING year in and year out, missing tons of school, remaining underweight, and becoming depressed to the point where I was suicidal. Whatever you do, DON'T GIVE UP.
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  • Have you looked into multiple chemical sensitivities? This is a real illness; my friend had it, and was cured after detoxification. It took a while but she is okay now.
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  • My startle response was much increased. they said my reflexes seemed quick Sympathetic nervous system obviously over active unfortunately most doctors dont know much about the sympathetic nervous system let alone how to treat issues in this area so finding a doctor for these issues is very hard. This issue will also give you anxiety. Im thinking on reading your post that you possibly may have ME/CFS. I suggest you check out http://wwcoco.com/cfids/bernesx.html There is increased sympathetic nervous system in ME/CFS and it is also a very unstable illness which is very up and down and people can also have a remission with it. Food intollerances is a common thing which happens in ME/CFS (up to 65% of ME/CFS patients get food intollerances). All your symptoms could be put down to ME/CFS. About two months after it started I started to get heart palpitations which seemed to be mostly triggered by certain types of foods. You may also have Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) which is a very common coexisting condition with ME/CFS (up to 95% of ME patients have POTS too). Many things can trigger off a POTS attack, including eatting. POTS can give palpitations, shakiness, sensitivity to heat and POTS gives tachycardia (fast heart rate) hence its tachycardia in its name. It can also cause quite a few of your other symptoms. ME/CFS patients often have fast heart rates. The diagnostic test for POTS is tilt table testing. check out POTS http://www.dinet.org/ . The POTS part of things and the symptoms it is causing you, may be treatable, where as many of the other CFS/ME things often arent or are very hard to treat. POTs thou it causes fast heart beat etc isnt in fact an issue with the heart, the heart is healthy but rather an issue in the bodies regulation of the heart.. a dysautonomia (hence most cardiologists arent familiar with POTS). the only things that showed up on any tests were a somewhat low testosterone levels, some adrenal and cortisol imbalances Low testosterone is very common in ME/CFS and so is cortisol issues. Often in the beginning of ME/CFS the cortisol levels may be high but over time.. it isnt uncommon for it to go low to abnormally low levels. (the CDC in thier study of CFS and cortisol found that a third of women with it had low morning cortisol). So both your abnormalities too point towards possible ME/CFS......................... Sugar issues feature a lot in your post so I think possibly you have issues in that area too (that can be part of ME/CFS thou a bit less common then the other stuff but hypoglycemia can certainly be a feature of it). Your need to constantly eat.. can be a sign of hypoglycemia happening. You possibly also may have hyperinsulinemia (that can be diagnosed with a 2hr glucose tollerance test with insulin levels recorded too). I myself have an insulin issue along with hypoglycemia and it takes very little to set my issue off. I have to highly restrict carbs (stricter then a diabetic diet). Carbs are in most things eg vegetables esp carrots, potatoes, corn etc, breads, cereals, milk as in lactose (note.. goats milk contains less then cows milk thou still does have some), fruit (fructose). Basically it can be going like this.. you eat a carb.. that triggers insulin if you have hyperinsulinemia it can trigger a large amount of insulin (which can cause symptoms).. the insulin then hits on the glucose levels in your body.. swinging one then into hypoglycemia (which can cause symptoms)... one eats and goes and triggers more insulin etc etc.. its a vicious circle if you do have low sugar levels or high insulin. Pure meat has no carbs so dont trigger off these kinds of issues and eatting meat before low levels of carbs.. can help to balance this issue some (protein helps to balance by causing slower digestion of any carbs you eat after).. You need to find yourself a good ME/CFS specialist .. and also find yourself someone who specialises in hypoglycemia and/or insulin issues or at least someone to send you for a 2hr glucose tollerance test. You may also need to find someone who specialises in POTS. best luck. I think Ive provided you with at least some answers to your issue, thing now is finding the right specialists for offical diagnoses. Being a male it may be harder for you to get a ME/CFS diagnoses as many doctors think it is a female illness when in fact a quarter of those who get it are male... when it manifests in children it manifests quite equally in males and females.
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  • You might want to have a doctor check your thyroid levels. Not just the ones on the regular blood work you need a free t4 and a t3 uptake. Doctors don't usually do these because they are a little more expensive. I had several issues with different parts of my anatomy like you, from one extreme to the other. We finally found out and tried to treat, but I ended up having a thyroid storm and almost lost my life. You would be amazed at all the bodily function are controlled by the thyroids. Heat and cold tolerances, skin changes, hormones, bowel movements, weight, and all knds of other things. All my labs were normal, and they never could find anything until they did that thyroid test. If your eyes are bulging that's one of the signs, or a knot in your throat. Hope this helps. Good luck. lynn
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  • I figured I would register so I didn't have to wait for my posts to appear. Thanks for the replies so far. The CFS and POTS info sounds like something to look further into, but seems like something that's not very easy to diagnose. Not to mention having a couple of doctors think CFS is basically a mental illness. I did have the T3/T4 thyroid test a number of years ago and it came back normal. I've thought about thyroid issues a number of times, the symptoms seem to match up a lot, but then again they match a number of different syndromes. That's the most frustrating part, it could be so many things or more than one thing that are working together that I just don't even know where to start. Like I said, I'm very limited to the choice of doctors I can go to with the disability I'm on. Again, thanks for the replies so far and I'm happy to hear any other opinions or thoughts and will answer and questions you may have.
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  • I just wanted to ask if anybody thought the H. pylori infection could account for any of my symptoms like the low blood sugar or having to eat so much? The doctor didn't seem to think much of it and I've heard the treatment can be tough to go through because of the amount of antibiotics.
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    • August 18, 2011
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  • I just wanted to ask if anybody thought the H. pylori infection could account for any of my symptoms like the low blood sugar or having to eat so much? The doctor didn't seem to think much of it and I've heard the treatment can be tough to go through because of the amount of antibiotics. Id not a clue about H pylori (other then knowing it was a discovery of Aussie scientists) ... but i did just find the folllowing which could be useful to you. "Studies have recently been published suggesting H. pylori activity could be suppressed via dietary methods. A 2009 Japanese study in Cancer Prevention Research found eating as little as 70 g (2.5 ounces) of broccoli sprouts daily for two months reduces the number of colonies of H. pylori bacteria in the stomach by 40% in humans. This treatment also seems to help by enhancing the protection of the gastric mucosa against H. pylori, but is relatively ineffective on related gastric cancers. The previous infection returned within two months after broccoli sprouts were removed from the diet, so an ongoing inclusion in the diet is best for continued protection from H. pylori."
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    • August 19, 2011
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  • I'm very sorry you have suffered for so long. It constantly amazes me the number of doctors who can't treat if there is no obvious, single answer. The endocrinologist should have been very interested in glucose levels. The gastroenterologist should have been very interested in the eating disorders-which could range from dysphagia, gastroparesia, to acid reflux. Not to mention food sensitivity AND the h.Pylori.That can cause many bad symptoms within the body and should be watched carefully. A cardiologist should also have been recommended. I also realize it is difficult in that you can only go to specific doctors. Do some research, find out every doctor who accepts your insurance and research them. I also agree that there could be a neurological level or hormone issue. Everything added together creates your situation. Have faith. Try researching those doctors. The other way to go is to find a research or teaching hospital willing to take time to find out what is wrong with you. Don't accept that they simply can't/won't find anything wrong with you. Don't give up. Best wishes to you.
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    • August 19, 2011
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  • I'm a 24 year old male, I've had an undiagnosed illness for eight years now. I apologize in advance if some of descriptions aren't clear, but this is hard for me to put into words and I'm doing the best I can.Before this illness I had been healthy my entire life except for a small hole in my heart that I was born with and healed on it's own. I never had any allergies, I rarely got colds or the flu and my family history doesn't have anything serious in it that I know of. It started just before I turned 17. It began with what I would describe as weird feelings in my head, kind of like brain fog or the feeling of spacing out. For the first couple of months of the illness I was having a lot of difficulty sleeping, anxiety and fear over not knowing what was going on. My startle response was much increased. I was generally very tired as well. About two months after it started I started to get heart palpitations which seemed to be mostly triggered by certain types of foods. Around the same time I started to get food sensitivities, especially to anything with sugar. I lost about 30 pounds as well. To be honest, it's been so long that I can't even remember all my symptoms at the beginning of this illness, but those are some of the main things I can remember. Also, I felt a heaviness in my midsection right at the bottom of the ribcage just to the left of my solar plexus. At this point my main fear was my heart, since I had never had any type of palpitations before. I went to the doctor to have it checked out and they said my heart was fine and they thought it was just stress related. About six months after I first started feeling badly I started to feel better. My symptoms almost entirely went away except for the heart palpitations occasionally and the heaviness in my midsection. I could eat anything I wanted to again, gained back the weight I had lost and thought I was on the road to a full recovery. Well, about six months after I started feeling better I started to get worse again. This time all my symptoms returned and were worse this time. I started to get shaky(low blood sugar) very easily and had to eat every couple of hours to keep any energy I had. I started getting drained physically very easily from any type of exercise and my food sensitivities increased as well. Either causing rapid heart rate, palpitations or increased feelings of shakiness. My startle response became more intense, and I also started to notice a tingling/numbness in my upper back near my left shoulder blade. I also had a small period time probably a month long where it was hard for me to eat and caused intense gas and bloating for hours eating just a little bit of food. But this didn't last very long like I said. So I went to another doctor to get more blood work and everything came back within the range of normal. Nobody seemed to have any idea as to what was going on. Up to this point the only things that showed up on any tests were a somewhat low testosterone levels, some adrenal and cortisol imbalances that doctors thought was just from the stress I was going through and some minor bacteria found in my stomach. Nothing that would account for this severity of symptoms. At this point my food sensitivities were so intense that my main food every day was chicken and goat milk. I started having to eat a bite of food every few minutes or I would start to get shaky and my stomach would feel empty, I could usually sleep through the night, but as soon as I got up my stomach usually felt awful and had to eat immediately. This also made it impossible for me to get any type of tests done on my stomach that they would need me to fast for which is still an issue to this day. I also started to gain weight even though it felt like I always had to eat to keep my energy up. In the period of about a year and a half I gained about 70 pounds. About 2 1/2 to 3 years into this illness I started to develop an intense sensitivity to heat. I would get intense feelings of overheating, tingling throughout my upper torso and arms and head. I would get drained even faster than normal with any type of heat. About five years into this I started losing some weight over the summer and feeling like I had to eat a little bit less. I was about 250 LBS at the time I started losing weight and over the course of about six month I got down to 200 LBS. In October of the same year I started to get weird reactions to the goat milk I was drinking. It started to irritate my stomach a bit and cause my heart rate to go up as well. It felt different than other reactions to food I have had, but I still felt stronger than I had in a couple of years, so I wasn't too concerned about it. In January of the next year I started to feel weaker and was more intense reaction to the goat milk. At the same time if I didn't drink it I would get a pounding heart and irritation from my midsection up through my esophagus and even shortness of breath. On to February, one day everything just seemed to fall apart at once. I got up and didn't feel much different than the last few weeks, but early afternoon my heart rate just exploded up to around 140 and only went down to about 120 a few hours later and stayed there. I talked to one of my doctors and he thought it was just stress related. For the next couple of weeks I started to feel weaker every day. I could barely sleep and every time I woke up I felt worse than when I went to sleep. My heart would race I would get shortness of breath and my food was giving me less and less energy. My startle response was so intense that any noise I wasn't expecting would make me jump out of my skin. Any stress made my heart feel like it was clutching, it was different than any palpitations I had before.This went on for about a month and by the middle of March I was so weak I could barely walk. I ended up going to the ER for the first time in my life, they did the normal chest x-ray, EKG, blood work and couldn't find anything. They ended up releasing me that day with basically zero to go on and feeling just as bad. Over the next couple of months I lost any ability to walk and had to be in a wheel chair to go anywhere. I started being able to sleep again and the heart rate wasn't 120+ all the time, but things were still awful overall. I also developed a new fun symptom(I've tried to keep a sense of humor as much as possible), when I had a bowl movement my heart rate would sky rocket even without having constipation. It felt like I was going to have a heart attack. I'm talking my heart rate would go to 160-180. It was a feeling of dread anytime I had to use the bathroom. I asked doctors about it and again, they said they didn't know. I felt like I was going to die at anytime. Around June that particular symptom seemed to go away mostly. My sensitivity to goat milk did as well. I was gaining weight again, but I was still barely getting any energy from food and in July it was to the point where I ended up going to the ER again. This time they said my reflexes seemed quick and thought I might have a neurological issue, so they did a ct-scan, but it came back normal. I was released the same day again.I saw a endocrinologist, neurologist and gastroenterologist and none of them were very helpful. The gastroenterologist didn't even understand the connection between my needing to eat and my energy level, which seemed somewhat strange to me. Anyway, the only thing I got out of that was a positive test for H. pylori. Again, not something that would account for the severity of my symptoms according to the doctors. In the next few months I started to feel a little bit better. I started to get a little bit more energy from food, my startle response was a little less and had a bit more energy overall. I continued to slowly feel a bit better and better. By the next March I felt good enough to start standing a bit and over the period of about two months I was able to walk like I had before I was in the wheel chair. It's pretty shocking to me that I went downhill that much and recovered at least somewhat without any medical intervention.Since then, up to current day I feel about as good as I have since a few years ago, but still not very good overall. I'm still no closer to finding a true diagnosis and feel I need a doctor that thinks a bit more outside the box. I'm also on a type of disability that I have to go to a doctor that accepts it or risk losing my benefits, so that makes it even harder to find the help I need. Needless to say, this has had a devastating effect on my life the past eight years in every way imaginable. I have to find out what I have going on and I won't keep letting doctors tell me I don't know or it's in your head.I'm sorry for the length of this post, but I'm trying to give as much detail as possible. If there is anything that needs clarification or have other questions please let me know. Thanks for any help you can offer. Only a thought. A friends son went off to college, rented a house that was full of mold and in 6 months time was sick, weak, lost weight, itched bad and couldn't get up out of bed. Like I said only a thought. Your in my prayers.
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  • your symptoms sound like my daughters. There are three of them in the fly. They cannot tolerate anykind of sugar at all. Even when they have surgery they have to make sure there is no sugar in their IV solutions. They had a lot of the symptoms you have in the begining. She had to take a test where she had to drink orange juice with sugar in it and she was in intensive care for four days. That is when she found out her body cannot tolerate any sugar at all. You may want to try this yourself and see how it does on you. Make sure there is no more than 1 gram of sugar in any cans of veggies. Good luck.Hope they find your problems'
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    • August 22, 2011
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  • Have you ever heart of Behcet's disease? Your comment about the canker sores sparked that possibility in my mind. http://www.hopkinsvasculitis.org/types-vasculitis/behcets-disease/
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    • August 23, 2011
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