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I have been doing so well lately and loving it, yesterday I ended up nausous and bed ridden around 2....I had only eaten my normal egg whites and turkey and cheese....I dont get nausous and I wasn't running to the bathroom as usual so i was totally confused....well later that night I decided I had to eat something. I got out the turkey and when I looked at the bag the expiration date said JULY 6th 2004....I couldnt believe it....I just bought it on saturday!! Figures!! I finally get to feeling better and something like this happens. Needless to say the grocer will be hearing from me and I'm finding a new favorite store..... :unsure:

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That stinks........I think we're all having bad days: Jill, you, me......

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Heather-

Make sure to let the store and the company that the turkey was made from know that they are carrying expired stuff on the shelves. Food poisoning is not something that we need to deal with!! :wacko: I hope you get to feeling better. Drink lots of fluids and rest. It will be out of your system soon.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Wow, now that really sucks.

But to look on the bright side, you said you were finally starting to feel better? Awful little bump in the rode, but without sounding too corny, you've seen the light at the end of the tunnel! So hopefully once you recover from this, you'll be out in the light. =)

That stinks........I think we're all having bad days: Jill, you, me......

I don't know if it helps any celiac3270, but my day has been good. Though only because an artist friend dedicated a new piece to me, which was really nifty! Not physically feeling better yet, lol.

Gotta take what good you can find! Boy, feeling much more positive than my last vent on the boards.. err, sorry, I ramble too much. =D

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Heather--

Sorry to hear about the turkey :( I'm glad that you've been doing well, and hope things continue to work out for you.

Alexolua: Haven't you felt the same way sometimes? Everyone on this message board has found "the good"--"the good" is simply being here and connecting with others who share similar experiences.

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That's true. Also if I hadn't found this message board, I'd be listening to my doctor when he says I don't have celiac disease. That'd suck! Nice seeing others have doctors like that, well not nice for them, lol. =)

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Thanks so much to all of you for making my bad day not so bad....I love you all

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That's what an online support group is for! You're welcome, and feel better soon. =)

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