The gymnast ‘allergic to everything’ – BBC News

I want from a normal healthy 18 year old to suddenly fighting Mission everyday I had no idea that this would happen nobody note if you get stung by a bee and it got raised lump that’s histamine response right in my body release chemicals when there’s nothing not sure let it to this is all on me I wasn’t aware I was the bar disabled people face in it it changed me the person a lot when I come into the gym thing spelled completely different and I don’t have to think about everything that’s going on in my normal life. I need you to Walmart when I became disabled and I wasn’t someone that now for inspiring and I’m now we’re almost to other people I feel like I’ve made it like my my job is as an and I thought suppose I want to follow
An elite gymnast who is potentially “allergic to everything” has been nominated for a national diversity award.
Natasha Coates, from Nuthall, Nottinghamshire, has mast cell activation syndrome – a condition that inappropriately triggers blood cells, causing life-threatening reactions.
Despite being susceptible to anything from exercise to strong smells, the 23-year-old has won 22 national gymnastics titles and has been nominated ahead of the National Diversity Awards 2018.

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