Thats fine, questions are great.
When it comes to allergies, I've been avoiding dairy products for years because I cannot digest it and it makes me nauseous. Other than that, I ultimately do not have real allergies that people refer to. Before my allergy test, I basically had all the foods that came up positive on a daily basis, including nuts, with no visible reactions of any sort. Evidently the cells in my throat have allergic reactions to all of the foods that came up on the allergy test, but only those cells in my throat. I can digest all those other foods normally, and I have none of those 'reactions' that people normally talk about.
I haven't ultimately noticed an instantaneous relationship between stress and symptoms, but I'm basically stressed all the time. So no, I haven't noticed a relationship, but I'm always stressed and my symptoms are always bad. :/
Do I get pain from physical exercise? Let me answer that question with an entire post. I literally wrote up an entire post because I get an extraordinary amount of pain and other symptoms from exercise, to the point that I am completely inactive in my daily life. Heres the post. For some reason, I got zero replies, but thats probably just because not many patients or doctors have or acknowledge it.
Technically, my EE is cured and my last two endoscopies both showed that I have no eosinophils in my esophagus. Unfortunately, from the minute I was told that my EE was cured, I still had all of the pains and symptoms that I had been trying to fix. So for the past two years since that last endoscopy, I have had no EE, but still a giant problem with GERD. I haven't ever thought about it being stress related, but I have concluded that restricting my diet to avoid creating/provoking eosinophils gets rid of my EE but does not help the rest of my GERD symptoms, which continue to be a major problem for me. So I still get constant pain from reflux and just about always have acid in my mouth, melting my teeth, causing me to choke while I exercise/climb stairs, etc. People tend to not comment on my long posts because they cant relate to me or they simply have no suggestions for me. Thats probably a lot more text than you wanted, but there ya go.
Right Temporal Lobectomy 4/5/12