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Uneasiness in My Stomach and Body, Fatigue, Depression
An_252212 posted:
I am not sure if it is digestive disorder or something else, but my problem is related to stomach.

Everyday when I come from toilet I feel a bit burning in my stomach. I have to eat something immediately to feel comparatively comfortable. If I don't eat, I feel fatigue, depression, lack of confidence, pressure on heart, I have to take deep breath, I don't feel any energy within my body. When I eat I feel comparatively good for some time and then again I experience the same symptoms. I have this problem since my childhood. My height is 6.2 inch and my weight is just 55 kg. I am almost 26 years old. My wrist is so small. I have 3rd type of baldness and I use spectacles from last 12 years. My skin looks good and it is not dull. Nails also look good.

I am not eating any gluten containing products from last year. I am not consuming any milk and dairy products. I am not eating green vegetables these days. I sacrificed so many food products, even though I am not getting expected results. I feel good when I eat potato and apple. I am also taking Probiotic health drink.

Are my villi damaged? I do experience the perfect health once in a 1-3 months just for few hours. So I can imagine what perfect health means. My metal sickness goes away when I experience health. This sickness destroyed my teenage years. I am not doing job, because of my health issues. I am always tired, energy less and there is some kind of uneasiness in my body which lead me to depression. It is not like I am depressed over my health issues. My health issues cause me to depress about any small or big things in my life.

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