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Discussion in 'Other Health Conditions and Diabetes' started by Millimoi, Apr 28, 2019.

  1. Millimoi

    Millimoi · Member

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    This is a curiosity thing, something my friends and I have often wondered. I have a substantial number of conditions that relate to each other, but every new diagnosis has made things hard for doctors as they have often never seen two conditions together before (eg. Sphincter of oddi dysfunction and type one) I wonder how many of my diagnoses others share, let me know how many, if any, of these you have:
    T1 diabetes
    Coeliac disease
    Sphincter of oddi dysfunction
    ASD (Autism)
    Weak muscle tone
    ADD (attention deficit disorder, no hyperactivity)
    Anaphylaxis (was stings, some food colouring and most vaccines)

    Think that’s the big ones, interested to see what comes up
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