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Hi! I need some guidance. I have always been a 'sickly' person. I have not been diagnosed with anything in particular. I do have some issues with my thyroid (subclinical), IBS, migraines, poor circulation and allergies. I often get blood tests, and it comes back without issues. The issue is, that I am constantly sick. I got my tonsils removed when I was an adult due to chronic tonsillitis. I have had persistent sinus infections (I have had surgery and immunotherapy). I am consistently catching everything I come into contact with. I recently got a stye (I have never had one before). I needed to get part of my gum removed bc they were constantly inflamed. I am always tired and will be healthy for short periods, before becoming sick with something else that turns chronic. I need some guidance for answers. Thank you
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