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10/16/2008 12:55 AM

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ericajayne
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06/01/2009 12:15 PM
MichaelBindner
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I've had eczema since age 8. I found out today that I might have Conn's, although considering the number of hypertension meds I am on, I may have a false positive - however some of the other symptoms fit a longer term diagnosis (low potassium even before I used beta blockers - weakness on calcium channel blocker).

I worry that my real difficulty is not Liddle's, since I have a child currently complaining of leg pain with exertion.

I find the eczema is controlled if I am very wary of iodized salt and of eating fish that is not absolutely fresh. If I eat fish that is not, I get a eczema from histamines on surface of fish - so I am not allergic to the fish itself, but the stuff growing on it when it is dead. Which means I can eat Oysters freshly dead but not Lox.

Hope this helps.

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