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Willowmeadow

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  1. Thank you for the info, so I will sort out my kitchen now and be more aware when eating at my partners. There is more to this than I realised.
  2. I am new to all of this and I read somewhere that gluten can only affect you if consumed and not by touch? So I am unsure now and also about sharing cooking stuff like toaster etc. Surely for cc to happen you have to be extremely severe? O dear I feel I will never be able to adjust to this new life I have had to enter.
  3. Hello From Sunny Devon

    Hi I am also from Devon, not far from Torquay. Just had bloods done and waiting for results but seems certain I have it.
  4. Hi I Am New

    He took bloods and never told me anything else about it apart from stop eating gluten straight away. Am lost by it all to be honest and do not understand much about it yet. Thank you for your welcome and reply.
  5. Hi I Am New

    Feeling quite low and unasure at present as do not know where to begin or what to eat. I have only just had my blood tests and it be 2 weeks before I get the results but all of what I have read on here is like seeing myself which makes me even more sure I have it. Since childhood I have had problems and since my teens a bloated tummy so when I stop to think how long I must have had this and no one was aware it makes me so mad. Any advice on where I go from here and how I cope be much appreciated.