- June 9, 2013 at 3:04 pm #106003
suziMemberTopics: 6Replies: 4
For a year I’ve had this horrible thing thats stopped me from eating I thought that was it for me, the docs wanted to put a food tube down my neck
I lost weight down to 6 stone anoxeric
Every time I ate I would do into a full seizure, note I’m 30 and never had a seizure in my life I would feel like I was on class a drugs So spaced out, couldn’t respond, shaking, hard to breathe, I got these multiple times a day worse when I ate but also from light sound smell standing etc
Now I don’t know why but thank god!!!!!!! They stopped (touch wood)
I still have the drunk zonked feeling when I eat and my throat feels as it closes up and hard to breathe
At first I thought allergic/anaphalyptic reaction but I don’t think so cos sometimes I eat the exact same food fine then other times I cant if it was anaphalyptic it would happen all the time surely. its terryfying
So I have had no answer for this and havent been able to eat properly for a year I’m stick thin I desperately want to eat, its gotten slightly better but some days still I can’t eat, am going to see an ENT next month
Could it be candida in the eosophagus doing this?
For some even stranger reason it gets worse at night I can eat OK early morning but dinners are impossible
Can anyone shed any light?
I have CFS/m.e but I’ve never heard of anyone else with CFS with this problem it makes me so upset that I can’t eat thanxJune 11, 2013 at 3:54 am #106079
tanyanurseMemberTopics: 64Replies: 94
I get worse brain fog everytime I eat. I refrain from eating when I have something important like a meeting. I eat very little throughout the day and eat more before I go to bed because I am going to sleep anyway so it doesn’t matter so much. I have tried treating my thyroid and adrenals but I never respond well to the treatment. So….I ended up here treating candida. I just started ont he strict diet one week ago. I suppose I feel I alittle worse and i am told it is due to die off.
I think you may be in the right place. How did you find this forum What lead you to believing you have candida?
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