Common symptoms -
Shortness of breath
Fatigue, Mood Swings, Anxiety
Aches & Pains (unexplained)
Gastrointestinal discomfort (difficulty swallowing, stomach cramps, bloating etc)
Heart palpitations is a new one for me, probably from worrying
Raised bumps on elbows and blister-like bumps on inside fingers & knuckles (not itchy) - comes and goes
Dizziness, feeling of being off-balance (this is periodic, not constant)
I've had a endoscopic examination (which confirmed small hiatus hernia) and biopsy of the stomach (to check for H.Pylori). Following that a CT scan was performed. Surgeon concluded no treatment was required and H.Pylori was not present. Stomach was quite red though...
Numerous blood tests which always come back normal.
About 4 years ago I had appendicitis which was subsequently removed. Following the surgery I had a hematoma which was quickly followed by a small bowel resection.
In other words it's been non-stop lol. Does my current symptoms and medical history suggest an intolerance?
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