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LSA55

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  1. Like you had no thoughts at all, which would cause you to lose the ability to do anything and everything such as something simple like talking to someone?
  2. My symptom is that I cant think. There are no thoughts in my head or I can't see anything in my mind's eye. However you want to say it, I was wondering if anyone else has this problem.
  3. My brain is supposedly healthy based on all of the MRI's and what not, but I mean just neurological symptoms like you and your daughter
  4. But don't your hands get really dry and sore from washing so much?
  5. That's encouraging to hear
  6. That's how I've been, but my fingertips have been getting sore and dry, supposedly from washing my hands too often.
  7. It can be quite expensive, but try to go to the Mayo Clinic. They FIGURED OUT what was wrong with me. None of the doctors down here in LA (yes I understand COMPLETELY)could confirm what was wrong with me. I too went on a gluten free diet for 4 months starting late last year and I saw no improvement AND I had genetic testing done which "proved" that I couldn't possibly have celiac disease(turns out they misread the results). I later find out at the Mayo Clinic that I DO have a half of each gene that causes celiac disease.
  8. Hi, celiac disease has ravaged my brain pretty hard in the past 7 years. I've been gluten free for approximately 2 months straight and am beginning to get more function back in my brain. This is great, but now that I can think more I am becoming OCD about being gluten free. I know what foods to eat and not to eat and all that stuff, but how careful do I need to be, like how often do I need to wash my hands, etc?