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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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I recently changed my diet and started exercising more regularly

I recently changed my diet and started exercising more regularly after several years of stagnancy. Suddenly my bms are loose and more frequent. They float and smell like burnt hair. Is this more likely just a side effect of changing my lifestyle or illness?
Sun, 7 Oct 2018
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