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Multiple food intolerance, trouble with voice

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 23, 2010
  • 09:23 PM

For more than a few years I have had symptoms that have gotten worse or are constant.

Trouble with my voice, ranging from severe inability to project, severe hoarseness, weak voice, which is aggravated by eating certain foods.

Weakened muscles

Very shallow breathing


Food intolerances - I have found to be the cause of my severe lethargy/drowsiness etc..., the level of intolerances have gotten worse in the last few years.
intolerance to wheat - causes mallaise, stomach problems, fatigue
intolerance to citric acid - causes migraines, blurred vision, shallow breathing, stomach problems
intolerance to lactose - causes lethargy, severe stomach problems

Onset of blurred vision in the last few years, which may be causes by astygmatism, weakened eye muscles/shifting eyes

Jitteriness in nerves

Stiff joints

Ear infections

Insatiable appetite


This may all be caused by nerve problems which lead to weakened muscles but I have no idea.

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