My husband underwent a complete medical check up recently and has had good results - normal readings for glucose, cholestrol, triglycerides, thyroid, etc. Only abnormal readings were Eisnophil, marginally high leucocyte count and a fatty liver in the Ultrasound. He has had gallstones for the past few years, but that has not affected him in any way.
He started on some Omega3 tablets last February and later (early April) developed skin rashes which were diagnosed as Atopic Dermatitis or Pruria. He took treatment with mostly anti-histamines prescribed by a dermatologist.
In the last two months he is having a burning feeling in his insoles and palms which prevent him from sleeping in the night and distract him at work during the day. Most doctors ask him to ignore but he is physically unable to ignore it.
He is 43, excercises regularly (mainly workouts and jogging) and is normal build.
Some friends suggest possible diabetes, Vitamin B12 deficiency or even liver problems. But we would like more help from informed sources, esp. medical fraternity.
Any light on these diverse (related?) symptoms is welcome. :confused:
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?