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I’m a 50-year-old Australian male who has maintained a healthy diet, with no drug or alcohol issues, no history of prolonged illness, and no family history that is known. I’m 5’10”, 77 kg, and am extremely fit with resting heart rate of 46 bpm. I rarely eat out (mainly due to some of the effects described below) and eat a well balanced mix of meats, vegetables, fruit, nuts and dairy. I train at the gym 3 times a week and play tennis and other sports several times weekly.
Around 20 years ago I started to show some systemic symptoms that included stomach pain, headaches, nausea, photosensitivity, shiny and milky stools, and skin eruptions, that came in periodic waves at around about a month to two month intervals.
Initially I worked with the local GP who took standard blood tests, blood pressure etc (first step medical tests), and nothing should up to cause concern. After a year or two the symptoms became more aggressive and caused me to look for

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replied June 24th, 2019
Digestive and Bowel Disorders Answer A65101
Hello and welcome to EHF !

I went through your query and i understand your concern.It needs complete clinical correlation for malabdorption disorders inflammatory bowel disorders and functional bowel disorders. Endoscopy should be considered after some initial screening tests.

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