My wife has had swelling throughout her body. It happens every three weeks. Her eye lids, legs, feet and hands burning . Once it breaks she is in bed for two days sweating it out and with that the worse smelling diareah. We have been to every test possible and nothing .
Wow, sorry to hear of your wife's troubles. You mean to tell me that the doctors can't find anything wrong with a woman who is experiencing swelling??
When this happens, have you tried taking her to the emergency room while in that extreme state? I'm sure you have but just want to put it out there. Has your wife been tested to see if she is going through menopause, maybe?
Wish I could be of more help. Your going to have to demand that they pay more attention to her and her symptoms because this is in no way normal.
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