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Had Some Diareeha This Morning
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:(:( all I can think of is the omellette I had yesterday for lunch with cheese and, some pasta with veggies and, beef cubes and, a yogurt for lunch aswell.. I started feeling gasy and, started thinking..Last night I was ok I had some rice with chicken and, salad.....Well today I'm back on the rice and, bananas..oyi. I feel like sleeping for the rest of my life.. :(:(

I need hugs..I love you guys..

xoxox

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i have no idea what may have caused your problem this morning as i am new to all this, but i can give a big hug!

(((((HUG))))))

all the best and i hope you find out what food is troubling you

nickra

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Many Celiacs are sensitive to eggs... have you ever had a reaction to eggs this way? Also, what type of noodles did you have? Were they gluten-free?

HUGS HUGS!

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I never had a reaction to eggs..and, the noodles where corn noodles , which never bothered me before...I really don't have much choices in foods and, I feel dehyadrated...well I'm going to have some fish and, go relax...

thanks for youe support.. :(

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Is it possible that you could have a corn allergy? The similar thing happened to me till I switched to rice noodles. Check with your doctor!!!

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my doctor knows nothing about celiac, he also told me that I can cheat if sometimes I want to..Duh!!! ;) he really loves writting out prescriptions tho..

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Cheese and yogurt? Maybe a dairy problem?

Beef cubes might be suspect.

Lick any stamps or envelopes? Kiss any gluten-eaters?

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Cheese and yogurt? Maybe a dairy problem?

Beef cubes might be suspect.

Lick any stamps or envelopes? Kiss any gluten-eaters?

I think it was the cheese..the beef cubes where just plain beef cubes fresh from the bucher..

envelopes---nope

Kiss---yeah my momy but, not on the lips or mouth..

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Mario,

Have you ever had this reaction to eating dairy foods? I never did and then one day it happened... and slowly but surely it developed into this. Obviously internally it was celiac but my body was warning me or something. Have you been tested by an allergist to see if you are lactose intolerant?

Try going dairy free for a week, see if that helps.

I have found that a food diary helps so much.... I write down that I ate, when and a comment/reactions as well. Its a hassel but not too much of one once you get into the routine of it. Plus, its good to show the docs and also good for when you have those OOPS kind of days. You can look back and see if you had a similar reation to it another time.. yadda yadda.

Good luck! Hope your feeling better!

-Heather

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Double check the yogert. The added ingredients in there took me by suprise when I first started gluten-free. I had a coffee yogert right before I went to see my GI doc and I felt horrible! I went back and checked the ingredients and guess what; one of them was one I should have avoided, but I did not know at the time.....so double check the yogert. Some companies will not guarantee that they are gluten-free b/c the fruit may have been dusted with wheat! News to me.

Hope you are feeling better now.

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Mario I wanted to send you a hug!

I too can relate, I am gluten sensitive and Casein sensitive. :blink: I do however cheat with the dairy. I really watch the milk and cheat with gluten-free pizza once in awhile. Actually I can tolerate a smidgen of cheese but I had four small pieces of gluten-free pizza about 12 days ago and I am still paying for it. I can go a long time without the dairy then I weaken and give in. But I am building up a stronger level of self-control, slowly. The bowel trouble is not worth it but it is a process for me.

:D:huh::o:D:rolleyes:<_<:)B):blink::unsure::D;):lol:

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