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Breathing problem, allergic, cannot play, exercise, pain in ear while opening mouth. What could this indicate?

Hi, I am Sadman Sakib from Bangladesh. I'm 19 years old.
My problem is I feel problem of breathing most of the time. And I cant play or exercise for long time because I get tired.Sometimes I feel pain in my back [kidney site]. I have allergy since my childhood. When I open my mouth I feel pain below my right ear so that I cant take food easily.
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC SINCE BIRTH IT MEANS YOU HAVE MILK ALLERGY
IF YOPU ARE TAKING MEDICINES OFF AND ON THIS INCREASES ALLERGIES AND YOU END UP WITH
SYMPTOMPS DESCRIBED BY YOU
YOU GET BLOOD SERUM TESTED FORR MILK SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES
IN THE MEAN TIME STOP ALL MILK AND DIARY PRODUCTS YOU WILL BE RELIVED
AFTER TESTS POST TO GET FURTHER GUIDENCE FOR DESENSITISATION THERAPY FOR ALLERGIES
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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