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Monnie1229

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  1. Thank you for this post I will definitely try it as I've been wanting air popped popcorn for awhile now.
  2. I would like to know that also. I am Highly allergic to something for EVERY season so I get no down time with my allergies and some seasons the meds just don't seem to work at all or just not good enough. I did try to find out online if there were foods related to my allergies but had a hard time. That was about 4 years ago and I could probably find out more info now.
  3. I will make sure to ask my Gastro Dr about those tests. I also want to know exactly what is wrong, but do not look forward to feeling bad again because I have to eat wheat.
  4. I know that celiac is not an allergy, but I have seasonal allergies for ALL seasons (no off season for me) So my 1st thought was to do allergy testing. I immediately stopped eating wheat and felt better then started looking up sites for Gluten Free recipes and came across this site. I have to follow up with my Gastro Dr in Sept. cause I had the appt already and when I tried to get an earlier appt they didn't have any. I have seen that you have to be eating wheat for the testing and am not looking forward to going back to feeling that way.
  5. I am seeing a gastroenterologist and she wanted to do a stool sample but I get around by bus and didn't feel comfortable transporting that way. I started out due to stomach pains when I ate anything. She prescribed me Hyoscyamine .125mg to take before eating and whenever pain comes and Prochlorperazine 10mg for nauseau. This helped and led me to believe that I have an issue with wheat/gluten. I will be doing a food allergy test w/ my allergist next month (July) and follow up with my primary and gastro. I hope this helps some.