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Having digestive problems, fatigue, sleeplessness, pink patches on neck, chest. Treatment?

I m a 16 year old female, I have been having digestive tract problems, including inability to eat a meal without feeling and or getting sick about an hour. Also, right flank and back pain , patchy skin that becomes red and pink on my chest as well as neck at various times that lasts about a day. I do not sleep well and am very fatigued. I am on no medications except for 1,000 mg of Biotin , a daily multi-vitamin and 500 mg of vitamin C . I have gone in for several tests, they have checked my gallbladder , kidneys, and liver . I cannot go on living like this, embarrassed to eat with my friends because I cannot keep the food down most times. I get asked when my skin flares the the patchiness described above what is wrong with my chest and or neck. Do have any test that I could bring up to my doctor or a way to treat whatever is going on?
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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K u may be having some autoimmune related prob ....kindly go and ask ur doctor regarding an autoimmune profile definitely this may help nd give answer to all ur problems and questions ....being a female these immune related prob and u r also complaining of sme skin related prob it may be an autoimmune disease prob SLE ...if these things r negative can think of sme othr conditions ...thank you
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