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Suffer from pain and trotts after food, have a camera procedure, problem digesting food, loss of weight. Amounts to? Hook Worm?

Hi. I often suffer from pain and the trotts after eating food. There is no pattern to a particular food making me ill. I have had camera procedures and the Drs haven t found a reason for the problem. I had a hook worm for about 6 yrs before it was treated. Maybe I am still having problems digesting food as a result of damage from the hook worm? I had lost a lot of weight - 20 kilos and even after the treatment of the hookworm , I haven t been able to much back on. Thank you. Kate
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
YOU MA BE REACTING TOFOOD PROTEINS
AS SUDDENLY ONE OR MORE OF FOOD PROTEINS START REACTING WITH BODY PROTEINS WHICH CAN CAUSE ALL THE SYMPTOMPS WRITTEN BY YOU
GET ALLERGY TESTS FROM ALLERGY SPECIALIST TO FIND WHICH PROTEINS YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO LIKE MILK WHEAT POTATO
WITHDRAW TO GET RESULTS ITH MY EXPERIENCE OF TREATING SUCH PATIENTS
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