Hyperimmunoglobulin e syndrome (Job syndrome): Inherited disease associated with abnormalities of the skin, sinuses, lungs, bones, and teeth
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Glad to find you. Thought I was alone. I have to admit I have grown a personality that is funny, shifty, positive and comfortable with anything. I used to be shy and a socially nervous person. But I also feel out of sorts in that it's not me taking but a funny actor. Does that make im sense. Im onmy taking for 15 days at first and noticed this on day 2. I had horrible horrible acid reflux but put Peppemint oil on and gone in minutes. It's been my saving grace. But the (better?) personality is really really weird.
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