Thanks for those details. I am going to wait for a endoscopy to check if anything is wrong inside before contacting Dr Samra even though it is already a long time as it is. What change in diet did you make? I can't afford to lose 6 kilos lol. Happy to have a talk to another sydneysider with the same problem if interested. Email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Hard time going out with friends, though they all say its allergies or a cold when I see them all sniffing/coughing about and not everyone has the reaction.View Thread
I think I have the same problem or a similar one. I am also in Sydney and have had this problem for almost half a year now. Can you please let me know the details of this practise in Kogarah and how it goes for you?
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