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Eye pain, dry and itchy skin, swollen tonsils, white pus. Due to stress?

I have been feeling really run down over the past few weeks. I am tired to the point of aching eyes, my skin is dry and itchy and now my tonsils have become swollen and have a bit of white pus . I had blood tests two weeks ago as I was beginning to question thyroid issues (my sister has hypothyroidism ) but they came back normal. Last July I did suffer some stress with the death of my father in law, the diagnosis of Alzheimer s for my mother and then the sudden death of my father (within three weeks!!). People are telling me I am just run down because of this. But is this true? I had suffered bouts of tonsillitis up until about two years ago when I changed my diet and gave up most dairy and also eating a lot of wheat (my daughter is celiac ). This had seemed to have a really positive effect but now I am fed up to be feeling run down again. Any advice?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Thank for choosing HCM, It is all happening to you, because of bad time running around,, which of course causes the high anxiety level and develops, obsessive compulsive thoughts, and you really need to control it, every thing is okay, what ever you stated here dos not mean very much you stop reacting towards these, you will feel better,, try to be happy, and have very very nice days.
Answered: Thu, 18 Jul 2013
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