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Dear Doctor, For almost 3 years now I have had a very signifigant problem, but the doctors I go to cannot diagnose anything. My symptoms are as follows: Nausea all the time, dizziness, numbness in certain parts of my face, weakness of limbs, I have what look like bug bites(they itch) all over my body. I have had numerous gastro tests done, but nothing can be found. I just had a healthy baby boy, so apparently it did not affect him. Do you have any suggestions on what this may be. I have been on medications that never work and my quality of life is very low. I am only 22 years old, I want my life back. Thanks for your input!
Thank you for your question. This sounds like a complex problem not easily resolved by e-mail. I would strongly suggest that you see a reputable doctor for assessment of these problems.
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