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Dry Eyes/Stomach problems?

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  • Posted By: active12
  • March 16, 2009
  • 09:20 AM

i am 28/m. I have several issues that nobody can seem to manage or tell me. I did get HIATA scan for gallbladder because my stomach feels like a knot is in it 3 times a month maybe. It is usually caused by certain things but they vary. It last for a few hours to maybe more and goes away once i throw up or something like that? The hiata showed i needed it out but i was thinking it could be hormonal issues as well because i have DRY EYES at such a young age. However, i also have symptoms like rosacea of the face? Hot burning sometiems. Worse possibly when i put on certain lotions, hair products, etc...Wondering if it could be possibly an allergy to something causing my dry eyes that get red and burn, and cause burning face once in hot place. Just have no clue. been to many dermatologist who say i dont have any skin problems. Dry skin i guess but no rosacea. I was wondering could the gallbladder be associated with these symptoms. Dry eyes. Burning face.
I stopped taked minoxidi on front hairline becasue i thought that might be it. Just stopped that a week ago after being on that for years. Also i get burnt easier than before and if i workout, my eyes get red immediately. Could it be an allergy and gallbladder or is something else going on like hormones. Most of my hormoens seem to be in ok shape so far. No thyroid. Skin flushing also happens and i cant tan near as well. i know this is long but if someone can suggest something i would appreciate it.


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