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Gluten And Mental Health


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Posted 05 April 2004 - 10:18 PM

Hi everyone! I'm so glad to have found this site. I'm in the process of trying to be diagnosed with... something. Either it's Celiac's or I'm going utterly mad. I apologize in advance - this may be long. I'm very frustrated.

I'm electing to post this message here because, at the moment, I'm having a problem similar to AddictedtoGluten's. I will also post it as its own thread. I hope that's allowed!!! I was on a gluten-free diet for about 6 months, felt immeasurably better, but was never formally diagnosed. I started eating gluten again about 3 weeks ago, but my symptoms are not nearly as severe as they were before I went gluten-free. Whatever is wrong needs a diagnosis fast. I feel like a train wreck.

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Posted 05 April 2004 - 10:21 PM

Hi everyone! I'm so glad to have found this site. I'm in the process of trying to be diagnosed with... something. Either it's Celiac's or I'm going utterly mad. I apologize in advance - this may be long. I'm very frustrated.

I'm electing to post this message here because, at the moment, I'm having a problem similar to AddictedtoGluten's. I will also post it as its own thread. I hope that's allowed!!! I was on a gluten-free diet for about 6 months, felt immeasurably better, but was never formally diagnosed. I started eating gluten again about 3 weeks ago, but my symptoms are not nearly as severe as they were before I went gluten-free. Whatever is wrong needs a diagnosis fast. I feel like a train wreck.

...... sigh, please read the rest of the message in its own topic, under Gluten and Mental Health.....
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