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The Journey To A Diagnosis

Posted by in The Struggle is Real, 20 May 2015 - - - - - - · 0 views

I was anemic, had severe abdominal pain, and my bowel movements were a combination of diarrhea and constipation. When I finally went to the doctor, I was diagnosed with IBS and given medication. The medication intensified my abdominal pain so I re-visited my doctor. His new diagnosis was ulcers so new medication. After a week and with no improvement, I ca...

New To Site

Posted by in Holly F's Blog, 17 May 2015 - - - - - - · 0 views

So happy I found you guys!! I was searching to see if anyone was feeling like I do right now, I need to talk to ppl that understand what I'm going through. I was glutened and im in so much pain right now! It seems like the more clean I get my system, the more sensitive I am?!?!
When I tell my family my systems, they are all like, maybe it's this or maybe...

Gluten Free Teriyaki Sauce

Posted by in Brynja's Grain Free Kitchen, 13 April 2015 - - - - - - · 0 views

Just made this last week and cooked our teriyaki chicken in it (and marinated in it too)

Makes roughly 2 Classico Jars ( I save glass jars and reuse them) full of yummy yummy time sauce!


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1 cup coconut aminos (or gluten-fre...

Then And Now

Posted by in katiesalmons' Blog, 01 March 2015 - - - - - - · 1,316 views

I was diagnosed with Celiac July 2014, so very sick for about 6 months prior to that, vomiting, fatigue, you name it. So once I was diagnosed it was time for a change. GLUTEN FREE! Well that couldn't be to hard right? Well that's what I thought but not so easy. I still struggle with it some days it's so easy other days hard as ever. We have pot lucks and...

3 Weeks And Still Trying For 100% Gluten-Free

Posted by in badcasper's Blog, 01 March 2015 - - - - - - · 1,343 views

I never really knew what was wrong with me, but I always knew I didn't like a lot of foods. Some I didn't like because I had strange reactions to them. I have not been diagnosed but the change in my diet is amazing. I just changed my vitamins and wow, its like they work. My aches and pains have improved. my energy level is back to normal. Im trying very h...

Gi Visited - Still Undiagnosed

Posted by in Remi's Blog, 28 February 2015 - - - - - - · 1,569 views

○Milk lactose test (blood sugar measured 4 times within 1 hour after consumption) - negative
○Hidden blood in stool - 1st time positive, 2nd time negative
○Parasites in stool - negative
Endoscopy:
○Esophagus inflamed (but absolutely no other symptoms, no pain), it isn't strep throat either, no gastro-reflux ever
○Don't remember about stomach, any way noth...

Gluten Free Battle Is Up Hill, But I Can See The Sky From Here

Posted by in Celiac Ninja's Blog, 22 February 2015 - - - - - - · 83 views

Obviously I'm not good at titling my blogs, lol, but the latest events of the Gluten Free struggle is what I'm posting here.

I've forgotten about my thyroid. Conveniently I'm sure, when I was diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma, I put off dealing with the nodules on my thyroid for years. It's been 9 years. I think I was hoping getting gluten free would...

What Could Be Causing My Health Issues?

Posted by in Intolerance issue? Helpppp!, 13 February 2015 - - - - - - · 4,344 views

I have had irregular movements since As long as I can remember. Stressful situations caused loose stool and any other time they would be stuck. I did not realize how screwed up they were until I went gluten free when I was 17. I went gluten free for 3 months and it was the most regular I had ever been.
Fast forward to this year I just turned 20. I had bl...

Day 2

Posted by in Steph1's Blog, 11 February 2015 - - - - - - · 3,668 views

I wish all of my responsibilities besides sleeping and going to the bathroom could disappear.

Celiact Vitamin Support

Posted by in Pkhaselton's Blog, 23 January 2015 - - - - - - · 3,243 views

Is anyone using the Celiact Gluten-free Vitamin Support supplements finding them beneficial?

1 Week Into Mc Therapy

Posted by in moosemalibu's Blog, 11 December 2014 - - - - - - · 8,367 views
entocort, microscopic colitis

I am a week into my Entocort steroid therapy for microscopic colitis. I can say that I have no discernible side effects from this drug. It has slowed down my bowel significantly. I am no longer running to the bathroom 8-10x/day. I probably go about half that amount now. The quality of the bowel movements has improved but it varies throughout the day. I ha...

Dx'd & Getting Re-Tested For Celiac

Posted by in sillyker0nian's Blog, 20 November 2014 - - - - - - · 11,342 views

Hey, everyone!

So, I went to the doctor's yesterday with my loving boyfriend and I got diagnosed with Turner's Syndrome *sigh* My karyotype tested positive much to my dismay :unsure:

And, also, I tested positive for osteopenia from my dexa scan as well. So, I have to get my bones back into shape so it doesn't progress into fractures and such. Anyone h...

Spaghetti Sauce

Posted by in Gluten Free Pioneer's Blog, 05 November 2014 - - - - - - · 13,415 views

Last night I made a pot of spaghetti sauce.

Ingredients: two pounds of ground round beef, one whole red onion, one green pepper, Mccormicks garlic salt, kroger brand oregano, kroger brand basil, salt, pepper, hunts tomatoes, tomato sauce and paste. (Tomato sauce and paste were Hunts)

I felt glutened after eating a bite of the sauce, but from what I've r...

Weight Loss Mystery/don't Live By A Grain Silo!

Posted by in 1desperateladysaved's Blog, 03 November 2014 - - - - - - · 13,585 views

I am going down weight loss mountain the past few months. Things are (as usual) too complicated for me to really know why. My own guess ( just now) is that I finally got the last big allergen out of my diet. . I had previously avoided all sweets except for tiny amounts of honey. Honey was something I had not considered for possible allergies, and finally...

"just" Gluten Sensitive

Posted by in Edgymama's Gluten Free Journey, 29 October 2014 - - - - - - · 14,349 views

Nurse from the GI doctor's office called back and I was negative for celiac disease. Although a little discouraged I know that the month and a half I was off of gluten and how drastically improved I felt that I need to adopt the gluten-free lifestyle. It surely isn't going to hurt me!

I will continue to visit here for ideas and inspiration and to documen...

Symptoms Of Going Gluten Free And Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Posted by in PeachPie's Blog, 11 October 2014 - - - - - - · 5,315 views

:) Hello all...My name is Shanna AKA Peach and I am new to this site. I wanted to ask about a few things concerning HS (hidradenitis suppurativa) and other symptoms I have experienced during my 1st week of going gluten free. Like many others with HS I have been to multiple doctors, have taken millions of pills and been offered surgery in an attempt...

Gluten Free Since Feb. 2014

Posted by in kelcat's Blog, 22 September 2014 - - - - - - · 8,195 views

I have had stomach problems for as long as I can remember. I was told I had IBS & put on medication which didn't seem to help.
I started putting on weight & my belly was really bloated. I was even asked if I was pregnant.
I went through some very stressful times from 2009 until 2011. I lost my husband then daughter next my mother n law. I was bare...

3 Weeks Today

Posted by in JesikaBeth's Blog, 22 July 2014 - - - - - - · 15,773 views

Today marks 3 weeks since going gluten free. Overall I feel a world better!!! At first, I was sleeping really good (like the first week and a half), but for the last week and a half or so, I've had horrible insomnia. Now, I am a chronic insomniac anyway, but I was rather enjoying that week and a half of restful sleep <_<

Not sure if it's a glute...

Hope For A Less Challenging Gluten Challenge

Posted by in The Patient Celiac , 20 July 2014 - - - - - - · 16,167 views

The current “gold standard” tests for celiac disease include testing for celiac antibodies in patients’ blood and performing an endoscopy to obtain small bowel biopsies. In order for these tests to be accurate, one has to be eating gluten up until the time of testing. If a patient is already on the gluten-free diet when these tests are done, the diagnosi...

I'm Back!:)

Posted by in Lexi's Blog, 14 May 2014 - - - - - - · 1,732 views

Well, I guess I haven't been on since around last Fall or sometime around there. Either way, it's been a while! I just finished my Sophomore year of college with a 4.0 :rolleyes: and am finally back home for the summer! Some of you may have heard about us on the news recently actually... we had quite a lot of rain a few weeks ago that basically destroyed...



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