I need help. I am a 49 year old male who has been experiencing a flush feeling in the face along with chills, this started on October 28th, 2005. This problem comes and goes but it is wearing on me.
About a week after I started having these feelings I had my gall bladder removed because of gall stones and stomach or digestive issues.
I have been to many doctors including an infectious disease doctor. They have done extensive blood tests, urine tests, Pelvic CT scans, MRI to the head. They have no answers. Meanwhile I am still having these issues.
The only problems I am currently facing are continued stomach issues problems. I take Preveset for this. I even stopped taking this for a week to see if the condition would go away, but it did not. I have no other problems. I work out 5 days a week with no loss of energy. My workout also includes strenuous cardio.
I desperately need some answers.
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