Totally agree with you Chris, and it is such a relief to know that it isn't only me who seems to have endless symptoms. I, for sure, am going to be totally careful about how and what I eat from now on. I can't afford to have such a load of time taken from me!
Need Help Recovering From Full On Glutening
Posted 30 August 2013 - 08:45 AM
i actually always wanted to try acupuncture -- i'm going to look around for one and see what their expense is. i live in the sticks, though. i can't even find a decent chiropractor i had one that i liked but the office he worked out of turned into a "pain center" <narcotic dispensing organization) and he quit. i think he was so disgusted he actually retired.
the good news is: since i've been feeling better on gluten-free diet, many of my aches that he treated for have since disappeared
yeah, once i realize i've been glutened, i find a project that will keep me still (one time i sewed robes for the church kids' presentation, once i sorted through a giant box of papers, etc) then at least i feel like i've accomplished something even if it's verrrrrryyyyyyyy slooooowwwwwllllyyyyyyyy. stoopit. gluten.
misdiagnosed for 25 years!
just as i was getting my affairs in order to die of malnutrition...
gluten free 7/2010
blood test negative
celiac confirmed by endoscopy 9/2010
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Posted 06 September 2013 - 11:04 PM
Well, the acupuncture looks like it has done the job. My stomach is far better co-ordinated and the D is near enough gone. Moods are still a little erratic but brain fog has completely gone and I have had a big shop in London show interest in my handmade soap - so there's a result! Does anyone find they have relationship problems when they get glutened. I've been a big snipey and ratbaggy with my boyfriend, who is now completely emotionally withdrawn - and not here!
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