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Member Since 06 Mar 2007
Offline Last Active Jun 06 2007 12:18 PM

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10 April 2007 - 05:15 AM

So I glutoned myself badly this weekend. On Friday evening after being out the night before celebrating my boy friend's birthday I was way too lazy to cook. We ended up ordering out. I had friench fries and a salad (which I used my own dressing that I have at home) and he had pizza. I broke down and had the topping of one of the pieces of pizza, thinking (or praying) that the "cross contamination" was not an issue for me. It took until Saturday night for me to get sick, but wow. The pain of a tummy attack (that's my name for the attacks) was horrendous. I was ready to go to the hospital. It was 100 times worse than I ever remember and I have only been gluton free for maybe two months. I was in and out of the bathroom for five hours. On Sunday I had the normal exhaustion but along with that I had and actually continue to have today an awful aching in my gut. It fees like I have an open wound in my stomach.

I also (as gross as this is) have been burping this awful tasting gas, like rotten eggs. Is this normal? I'm wondering if I should be concerned and go to the doctor. I'm also still exhausted, it took everything I had today to get out of bed. I'm scared I have done something bad to my stomach, it just feels "damaged".

Regardless, I learnt my lesson. I have diabetes too and when I want to cheat with that I just take extra Insuline, but never, never again will cheating on my Celiac diet cross my mind.


Oat Floar

19 March 2007 - 07:23 AM

Is products with Oat Flour safe to eat?

Bath Products

16 March 2007 - 09:41 AM

What ingredients should I be looking for when I am buying shower gel and hand and body cream and stuff? I was just in the drug store looking for some shower gel and I have no idea which ones I can use and which ones I can't.


14 March 2007 - 09:24 AM

Quick question, is Whey safe to eat? Its spelling is pretty close to Wheat so I want to make sure. lol :P

Seriously though, is it? There are so many unfamiliar names on the ingretients of some of the stuff I have been looking.

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