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10 Months Gf -- And I Still Have Symptoms


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#16 KaitiUSA

 
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Posted 06 January 2005 - 05:20 AM

I am sorry it offended you. It was not meant to do that or get anybody mad. This is America though don't judge people by who they vote for and get mad about it. I'm not even old enough to vote I'm 17 years old but I was just showing my support for him..I happen to like Bush. Have a good day tho and sorry if it offended anybody :)
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Posted 06 January 2005 - 06:26 AM

:D i love your name kaiti--it's no one's business but yours and i agree with you, i like bush too, so much better then the alternative, we bush fans stick together :lol: --may not have anything to do with celiacs, but neither does darlindeb or lovegrov--this is a free country--you can have any name you want and any opinion too--keep your name and keep posting--dont let anyone upset you--we are all here for each other and to give support whenever we can--deb
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Posted 06 January 2005 - 07:00 AM

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Posted 06 January 2005 - 07:26 AM

Back to the topic: celiac3270, I assume you've been tested for pancreatic insufficiency and other food intolerances?
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Posted 06 January 2005 - 01:41 PM

i love your name kaiti--it's no one's business but yours and i agree with you, i like bush too, so much better then the alternative, we bush fans stick together  --may not have anything to do with celiacs, but neither does darlindeb or lovegrov--this is a free country--you can have any name you want and any opinion too--keep your name and keep posting--dont let anyone upset you--we are all here for each other and to give support whenever we can--deb

I concur...btw, I'm also a Bush fan...Republican New Yorker here :D

Back to the topic: celiac3270, I assume you've been tested for pancreatic insufficiency and other food intolerances?

Yep...everything is normal--villi grown back and all--it's just the red stomach. I did an experiment yesterday--ate an orange (acid) and I started getting stomach pains. They went away without vomiting or anything, but it told me that the acid still isn't okay. I have been able to add it in small amounts (a little bit of ketchup once a day, etc.). But yes, been tested for pancreatic issues, other allergies/intolerances, etc.
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Posted 09 January 2005 - 02:57 PM

You are not alone. I have been having a rough time with all this too. I amy be better for a few days and then suddenly something sets me off and I'm sick for a week. The nausea, stomach pain and gas are always there at different levels. I've finally gotten better with the diahrea.
I have been working with a dietician but it hasn't really helped as she is NOT a food allergy speicalist or knowlegeable enough in gluten. I think I might cancel my appointment with her this week. It gets expensive and I'ld rather be working with someone who has more experience in this field.
One thing that did help...was keeping a food diary. I was able to pinpoint things a lot better. Some things that might have been over looked were very clear to me in black and white. I've uncovered other food intolerances. Maybe that's the case with you too.
Hang in there better days have to be coming....especially when you are doing all that you can.
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