Jody, I hope you have found the cure to your health problems. Correcting your thyroid levels should fix the anger issues, and I don't think you need a psychiatrist. I appreciate you sharing the research and experiences. Best wishes! - K
Thank you so much for sharing your experiences on here. I have suffered from the "yucky" burps as far as I can remember. My mother was horrified by the smell. I haven't smelled them but I can taste them all the same I have tried everything to get rid of them and not one doctor would listen to me about it. I''m now 24 and this is the third bout in 5 years I've had. Thank you give me hope.
Jody, you should be worked up for a VIPoma. Your electrolyte abnormalities and anemia are classic for this. While this type of condition is rare, your presentation fits the clinical picture exactly. Google the term VIPoma and read the info as well as other literature on this condition and you'll see what I mean.
Best of luck to you.
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