K Dog

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  1. and then their is the worry of RCD
  2. My initial blood work was done 2 weeks after I started my Gluten free diet. My results have been great after going gluten free. I went to see the Gastro and he said the only way to tell 99% is by an upper G.I. and some scrapings of the walls. I am not happy about eating gluten again, however I do want to find out what it is exactly... Worried in Wisconsin
  3. Well I met with the Gastro on Thursday. Very informative, but also very worried. I need to eat Glutten for 3 days so when he scopes he can see what is going on in my Intestines. Then he informs me of the much more serious form of Celiacs, not sure of the name but it devours your Intestines and has no cure. Nice thing to tell me before the test will be done. Then it takes a week for the results to come back.....ugh My First series of blood work came back negative , which he stated is sometimes normal. Not haveing a good week... Kdog
  4. Hello from Central Wisconsin.
  5. Wow, so I guess my OCD will come in handy here with clean prep place...lol Is it safe to assume that beef ,pork and chicken prepared by me in my smoker as well as my grill will be gluten free? I dont use sauces on the meets, just salt and pepper. And Fish as well is Gluten free as long as it isnt coated in the junk from restaurants . I believe my oldest son has the same thing and I will adress that issue shortly with him. Thanks for the usefull info. ( didnt think that vitamins and deo would have gluten in it ,but I now know I need to check everything that is associated with me )
  6. Hello all, I recently found out that I have Celiacs Disease. I was worried at first because I had no idea what that was and thought right away that it was over. Well as you can imagine , i am relieved somewhat to know that the only thing that is over is my past eating life. I started this past saturday Gluten free and I am still trying to wrap my head around this disease, and I am slowly getting to understand it. It is a difficult thing to become gluten free over night as y'all know. I am from central Wisconsin and have lived here for the past 2 years. For years I was misdiagnosed as Lactose intollerant. My wife and kids are being very supportive with the change in our lives, and I hope that I can return the favor 10 fold someday when they need me for more than a father and husband. This website has been very helpfull and I hope y'all don't mind if I ask alot of questions. Thank you and remeber, Life is good... K Dog