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  1. Today I got blood work done for Celiac. The capsule thing is being done in like two weeks, and I asked for an H Pylori test, and they said they'd get back to me lol. Hopefully I test positive for Celiac and that is all that is troubling me and not anything too serious..
  2. " Gastric mucosal abnormality characterized by erythema. Esophageal mucosal abnormality characterized by elevation, abnormal fold." The GI doctor told me they found some redness and looked like an infection in my stomach. The pictures he gave me show that it looks red almost like a rash of sorts. A week later, he called me with the results and said that I have "nonulcer dyspepsia". That was causing my redness? That? I'm not one to really doubt doctors, but this guy seemed to talk down to me constantly and not take any of my questions seriously. They said that the redness could be from H Pylori infection, which I assume that it tested negative for in the biopsy, which can cause a false negative for that (I show all symptoms for it), and the test sheets said that they used a cold forcep to biopsy the redness to test for Celiac, which I also assume came back negative. They ended up giving me a PPI and sent me on my way. They want to do a capsule endoscopy, but I'm not sure I want to have it done. I've been ill for about 3 months now with horrible stomach pains, foul smelling gas, bloating, burping, yawning, upper back pain between shoulder blades, some minor chest pain, extreme fatigue, among other things. I don't know what to do anymore.....could this still be Celiac or should I possibly demand an H Pylori test?
  3. Yeah like the guy above you said, I should have informed them of my gluten problem. That's my fault. It's strange how bad I felt for about 10 minutes or so. Really panicy almost like a panic attack. I have been detoxing from gluten for about three weeks now. It's like as soon as I got home, all the food wanted to get out. .
  4. Went to Longhorn here after reading that they had a Gluten free menu. I had it in my head that I was gonna get a 8 oz. top sirloin and plain sweet potato with a water. That's what I ordered. I didn't tell the waitress I was not allowed to have gluten because I assumed that what I ordered would be fine. Well I ate it and immediately I started feeling strange. As soon as I got home, I started getting gas followed by diarrhea within a half hour of finishing my meal. Is this from gluten? My stomach feels fine now that the diarrhea is out. Maybe her hand that touched the bread touched my water glass or something?
  5. Haven't had a headache today, but I noticed I am getting tired earlier now. Should I be taking a multivitamin now since I am Gluten Free? I was taking one before, but stopped awhile ago.
  6. It's been about two weeks for me and I'm still getting symptoms that you've described. I guess it takes time.
  7. Thank you! I'm so glad there is a community on here that is willing to help and so positive. It's also good to hear that there is such thing as a gluten detox. I was getting a little nervous. I am on week two and the symptoms aren't AS bad, but the headaches are usually each day and dizziness and foggy vision is getting annoying. . Hopefully it'll be gone soon. Good to hear I'm not alone. 6 weeks hmmmm that would be 4 more weeks for me lol.
  8. I looked around the forums and saw some people posting about it. I stopped eating gluten two weeks ago because it was upsetting my stomach and giving me awful anxiety. Since then I have had: -headaches -random panic attacks -occasional runny nose/watery eyes -stomach growl -fatigue -soreness in my lower back and neck Could these be from a withdrawal or detox from gluten?
  9. Good luck! I hope it's nothing serious.
  10. It is a local brand and the ingredients are: imported italian plum tomatoes, tomato puree (water, tomato paste), canola oil, sugar, salt, garlic powder, pepper, basil, parsley, crushed red peppers I think it is probably gluten free because of it being a small local brand, but wanted to make sure. thanks
  11. I have had wendy's chili twice this week on two separate occasions at two separate wendy's locations and both times I have gotten a reaction. the reaction was mild though.