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Teenaged, obese, veins in the entire body pop out and get dark, random neck and back pain. Cause?

hi my name is savannah im 17, and wiegh about 170. my veins in my entire hand randomly pop oot and get very very dark. my wrists also hurts and my feet do the same thing. Ive had random neck and back pain but the pain in my wrist and arm are constant. over the years i have abused allergy medicine and was wondering if iam having any affects from it. Whats happening???
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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you are a case of food allergy as per my experiences many patients are allergic to wheat or milk as these causes harmonal imbalance mostly milk asit is animal protein and is not competible with human proteins get blood tests for specific antibodies for milk wheat and common foods you take daily start by wjthdrawing milk and diary from diet i think you may feel good in wk
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