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Constant uneasiness in chest, swelling and puffiness in neck, intermittent numbness in neck, fatigue. What could it be?

I have a constent uneasy sensation in my chest that seems to come and go. I have swelling and puffiness in my neck and just above the adams apple that I noticed about a month ago. Now i am noticing a numbing sensation in the side of my neck that comes and goes. I am tired all the time and have never had a thyroid issue. this swelling came on gradually and feels like a thickness in my throat
Asked On : Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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if there have been all investigations and nothing is found think of food protein theory as one of the food proteins start reacting with body proteins to cause the same as written by you it is normally major protein like milk and wheat which have fatigue along with other symptomps
get blood serum tests for specifi antibodies for milk wheat potato or other food proteins you take daily
elimiate th proteins and you will have positive results
Answered: Fri, 11 Apr 2014
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