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Morning nausea, weakness due to GERD, anxiety and depression. Bloody stools because of hemorrhoids. Remedy?

I have been suffering with morning nausea and weakness, every morning upon waking up. I can not eat and can barely get myself out the door to work. As the day progressess, i feel weak and look pale but the nausea subsides and by the end of the day I feel tired but normal. I have been seen by a GI who ran blood work ( normal) parasite tests ( normal) and an abdominal ultrasound ( normal) said it was GERD and my primary thinks its anxiety and depression . I feel like I am depressed because of How i feel throughout the day. I also have hemmorhoids which sometimes produce bloody stool. Im 30 and I feel like im 79. Its pretty rotten. Last year by blood labs came back normal. I have yet to go for blood work next monday. Im so frustrated. It doesnt feel like reflux . Please help
Asked On : Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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it means one of food protein is reacting with body proteins
get allery docyor advice to find out the cause
get blood serum tests for specific antibodies for wheat milk potato and the major food tou take get withdrawn the foods according to results and you will be fine in few wk of withdrawl
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