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I was wondering if anybody else suffered from Eosinaphillia and if you had been offered any investigations to find out what was causing it. I have had Eosinaphillia practically all of my life and so far it has not gone away, also a cause for it has never been found.

I am guessing I will probably have it for ever now, but I was just interested to hear from others who have this.

Thank you


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