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Flurriewurrie

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  1. Hi! Tami, thanks a lot for the hope you gave me! So, I don't have to be so skeptical about it? And yes, I would very much like to contact you further on that topic, you may expect an e-mail from me, thanks a lot!!! YankeeDB, also thanks for your reply! I've just had my bloodwork done, I'm waiting for the results. My blood will be analysed for deficiencies (iron, folate en B12, and no matter what the results of the B12 will be, I'll be getting 8 injections with a high dosage of it.), for Pfeiffers disease (wich I' ve also had a couple of years ago), for glucose and for thyroid disease (unfortunately only TSH, my doctor didn't want to test the others) For the candida, I'll be seeing an alternative doctor who has a good reputation so fingers crossed... About the other grains, I also have to avoid fructose (lactose too, by the way) so I can't have corn anyway. And with me,rice always causes the same symptoms as do gluten. Do you avoid grains completely? I don't have any problems with buckwheat, quinoa and amaranth. But those aren't grains, are they? Unfortunately, I'm one of those sensitive persons: I can't have the smallest dosage of glutenfree wheat or dextrose made out of wheat. Contamination is also a serious problem with me. But I refuse to except this fatigue! So: fingers crossed for the results of my bloodwork, the results of the B12 injections and the results of a candida treatment... Anyway, thanks a lot for your replies!!! Greetings to you all, Flurriewurrie.
  2. Hi all! I'm a newbie here but not a newbie to coeliac disease. I'm a 25 year old girl, on a glutenfree diet for 5 years now. Though a lot better than before the diet, I'm still exhausted. Too exhausted to have a life, too exhausted to study, too exhausted for almost everything. That's why I'm going to have a bloodanalysis for candida. Has anyone here any experience (good or bad) with a candida treatment? Did it improve things or not? Many greetings, Flurriewurrie.