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Chest tightness, inflammation after eating, itching, numbness all over body, bone, muscle aches. Possible cause?

have tightness and inflammation along rib cag, gets worse when i eat but most of the time is constant, the pain type varies from dull, aching, gnawing, and burning someitmes verticle along rib cage especially when sleeping. I feel it in my back as well. Skin feels earms sometimes itching, numbness and tingling all over my body. Had Hida and ultra sound on GB all negative, i do get severe inflammation in intestines after eating gluton, which a blood panel has been done, awaiting results. I also get headaches on a regular occasion and have bone aches and muscle aches as well.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
you are dealing with food allergies
can get blood serum tests for specific antibodies for milk wheat potato chana rice
after withdraw the food completely which come positive in test and you an get good resuts in few wk of withdrawing of foods you get poitive antibodies after tests
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