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      • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

        This FAQ on celiac disease will guide you to all of the basic information you will need to know about the disease, its diagnosis, testing methods, a gluten-free diet, etc.   Subscribe to FREE email alerts What are the major symptoms of celiac disease? Celiac Disease SymptomsWhat testing is available for celiac disease? - list blood tests, endo with biopsy, genetic test and enterolab (not diagnostic) Celiac Disease ScreeningInterpretation of Celiac Disease Blood Test ResultsCan I be tested even though I am eating gluten free? How long must gluten be taken for the serological tests to be meaningful?The Gluten-Free Diet 101 - A Beginner's Guide to Going Gluten-FreeIs celiac inherited? Should my children be tested? Ten Facts About Celiac Disease Genetic TestingIs there a link between celiac and other autoimmune diseases? Celiac Disease Research: Associated Diseases and DisordersIs there a list of gluten foods to avoid? Unsafe Gluten-Free Food List (Unsafe Ingredients)Is there a list of gluten free foods? Safe Gluten-Free Food List (Safe Ingredients)Gluten-Free Alcoholic BeveragesDistilled Spirits (Grain Alcohols) and Vinegar: Are they Gluten-Free?Where does gluten hide? Additional Things to Beware of to Maintain a 100% Gluten-Free DietFree recipes: Gluten-Free RecipesWhere can I buy gluten-free stuff? Support this site by shopping at The Store.For Additional Information: Subscribe to: Journal of Gluten Sensitivity


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    1. 1desperateladysaved added a post in a topic Our Eloise In Uk For Organ Transplant This Pm   

      Good to hear.  Praying the Lord will continue carrying!  Eloise, you have to get better enough to get up and read this!
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    2. 1desperateladysaved added a post in a topic Our Eloise In Uk For Organ Transplant This Pm   

      Praying.  Wow!
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    3. 1desperateladysaved added a comment on a blog entry Excessive Exhaustion, Possibly Cancer Again?   

      hmmm numbness, me too.  Thanks for writing!  Would love to correspond, if I could.
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    4. 1desperateladysaved added a comment on a blog entry Cancer Fighting Regim   

      Go Ninja!  The Lord can carry us when we are babies and when we are old and gray hair, and you ain't there yet!
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    5. 1desperateladysaved added a post in a topic Muscle Twitches, Panic Attacks, Dizzines... Help   

      I do get this symptom, but I feel it may be due to allergies.   Are you sure you don't have an allergy to your tooth paste or some air freshener, or something in the bathroom?  Allergies sometimes also make me feel dizzy or foggy brained.
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    6. 1desperateladysaved added a post in a topic Celiac Disease, Muscle Spasms And Hand Tremor   

      I get a mysterious spasm in my left shoulder, but nobody has been able to explain to me why.  I don't know if it is the same.  My muscles began to ache from gluten exposure before diagnosis.  Also, my doctor told me that it seems I had suddenly lost all muscle tone and she didn't know why.  It seems like you are carefully analyzing your diet and disciplining yourself, I wish you well in your healing.
      I had a problem with tremor for years, but magnesium helped.  My doctor also recommends it for muscle spasms, so I am not sure why it isn't helping you.
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    7. 1desperateladysaved added a post in a topic Help With Test Results   

      I don't think that anyone approached the late onset of periods.  I have 5 girls so here goes:
      Recently I told my doctor that I had started my period when I was 15.  She made the sigh I often hear when I mention this to doctors.  She felt that it was unusually late.  She furthermore went on to state that the age of onset has gone down in recent years, so that they expect the first period at 10 years old.  That surprised me as my girls have been into their teens before having theirs.  One of my girls is not a biological child and just started her period at 10 years of age.  I had two of my adult children tested for celiac disease and the results were negative. One has very low ferritin level and I am still suspicious, but what can you do?
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    8. 1desperateladysaved added a post in a topic What Is Super Sensitive?   

      I would like to say also, that if one has been sick a very long time, it can take more than 6-12 months.  The situation can be complicated with other food intolerances or results of the illness.  I had been sick for 30+ years and still felt I am transitioning after 3 years.  I don't want to discourage anyone making them think it will take that long, but only explain that sometimes it does.
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    9. 1desperateladysaved added a post in a topic Daughter's Ttg Finally Normal!   

      I am so happy to hear this!
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    10. 1desperateladysaved added a post in a topic I Haven't Forgotten You   

      I hope Ravenwoodglass that you will gain strength and energy!
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    11. 1desperateladysaved added a topic in Celiac Meeting Room   

      I Haven't Forgotten You
      I sure hope you are well.  I miss bunches of you and are wondering if you are still on.  As for me, I discovered that my problems included super-sensitive allergies, so believing that I could never really tell if my reactions were due to celiac or the allergies, decided I may as well go talk to someone about allergies.  So, If you could please, check in here and tell me how you are doing: 
      Oh, incase you are wondering, I have been looking and feeling better.  I am a little afraid of having reactions to nearby silos again this year, but am taking one day at a time. If I do have trouble, I am going to take notice right away and head to the doctor to have my thyroid checked.  I think it goes down, but haven't been tested except when I am feeling good.  I am back to working in the garden and mostly with a smile on my face.  This year I plan to be able to eat the produce due to allergy treatments working.
      Bartful I hope you will be feeling well again soon
      Designerstubble, May you have peace,
      Mamaw Thanks for caring
      Many others of you I wonder about:.
      I wish everyone the best in healing.
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    12. 1desperateladysaved added a comment on a blog entry Tears In The Grocery Store Again.   

      Amazing, Mamaw can comment when it says 0 views!
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    13. 1desperateladysaved added a post in a topic What Supplements Do Take?   

      Oh, Across, I hope you are doing well
      digestive enzymes
      L-Argenine (for breaking up plaque.
      I am showing allergies to everything else which I had been taking.
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    14. 1desperateladysaved added a post in a topic I'm Back And I'm Sick   

      Sorry, to hear this Bartful.  Hoping you will feel better soon.
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    15. 1desperateladysaved added a blog entry in 1desperateladysaved's Blog   

      Tears In The Grocery Store Again.
      [size=5]At the grocery store the other day, I checked out the meats. I noticed a package of turkey breast, which I use to frequently buy before I found out I had allergies to it. I absently passed on by.. I got a few feet away and stopped dead. "Wait" I told myself; I can have turkey! I turned and took a couple of steps back. Oh, right, I thought as I turned away again, but what fun are turkey nuggets without breading? I haven't had breading for months. I walked away. "But wait!" I got almonds back and can make breading with that! Tears in my eyes, I bounced over to pick some out! I felt like I had won a big contest. :P[/size]
      [size=5]Maybe it was worth losing foods, so that I won't take them for granted when they get them back. :unsure: I had antibodies to nearly everything I ate over the years. I tested out super-sensitive to nearly everything. NAET started addressing these sensitivities beginning with basic nutrients such as vitamin B, Vitamin C, and sugar. At the end of the basic treatments I started multiplying foods back in. [/size]
      [size=5]Several months back now, I told of a plan to try NAET treatments for my allergies. Quite a few things happened with that and I have been off while I am busy learning and talking about NAET. One readded food is coconut water, which last summer's attempts to drink brought immediate noises from the tummy and a rush to the bathroom. Now, when I drink it, the tummy is silent. Last year, my skin reacted for weeks when I got scraped by raspberry bushes. This year no reaction. Thus I am experiencing profound changes and feel hopeful I will be able to eat most anything (but gluten) in the near future.[/size]
      [size=5][size=5]Yesterday my brother in law declared. "Dee, you look like you are so much better than a couple of years back. You just look like you feel so much better." Indeed, I sat watching the soccer game with a ready smile on my face. I felt good. Many things have worked together for my healing[/size]. I am happy that NOW extended family and family alike can see the blessed changes in my life. Recovery, has been complicated and long, but I have been carried through.[/size]

      [size=5]Keep on keeping on fellow battlers. [/size]
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