I just start feeling better after 7 month's hell causing urticaria (pressure, food, sun"026), angioedema, stomach ache and other symptoms. I was hospitalised 7 times because of internal edema"026. I was able to be back to a normal life thank to people like you who share their experience on the forums. In my case all this was caused by a bacteria: Helicobacter or H pylori. We can get it during our childhood or even it can be contracted when we travel"026 Some countries have a very high percentage of it. I don't say that it is your case as well but it is worth to check. I had to take antibiotics for more than one month but once my breathing test was negative (no helicobacter anymore) I starting slowly getting better. Now, 2 month later I am the happiest person ever. Please check with your doctor if you are H pylori positive. Take care and let me know if you have other questions. View Thread
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