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    Here are some ideas/possibilities to investigate: I would check her vitamins particularly b12. Intrinsic factor is needed in order to absorb vitamin b12, which is made in the intestine. If she has stomach inflammation I don't know if she would be able to absorb b12. There are hypo-allergic vitamins available.  Vitamin b12 deficiency can cause panic attacks and nausea.  Has she had her b...
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