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I hate gluten!

Member Since 30 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active May 03 2009 09:18 AM
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In Topic: B12, Pernicious Anemia, Celiac Disease, Iron Levels

07 March 2009 - 10:50 PM

I am at the begining of my b12 injections. I had to beg for them to even test me for low vit. Every time I read a post like this it reminds me how not alone I really am.

In Topic: Size Difference In Siblings

05 March 2009 - 05:41 PM

I have twins that both fell to the 25 percential after years of 90th and above. It was not till recently I started the diet with my son and he has complained a few times about growing pains behind his legs. So fingers crossed my other son has a hormome deficiency so i can not really tell until hopfully my celiac son starts growing. I worry about this constantly. Good luck S

In Topic: I'm Starting My 5 Y.o. On A gluten-free Trial

03 March 2009 - 05:00 AM

Since she has already been tested and carrys one of the Genes and is starting to be sympomatical, I would do it. I did do the panel on my son and he was neg but have seen a life changing difference in him since going gluten free anyway. (my family has a long history of autoimmune dz, I also went gluten free after a neg blood test and it has been a life saver.) I saw a gi doctor on my peds request for the celiac panel, and have not seen my ped since. I will be going to him in may with my child (5 also) check up and a list of major quality of life improvements that we have been struggleing with for years. As you prob. already know, if it is a gluten intol. there may also be a casien intol. I will be giving up casien- milk- on both of us after three month. ( I know I am having problems with it, but thats what they say is ideal to wait 3 months after starting the diet) my childs school has been great, but he is still in preschool. I talked to his k and they seem to be on board as well. One month is not going to hurt anything other than results on a blood test. Good luck in your decision.

In Topic: Does Anyone Get Virtigo?

27 February 2009 - 08:42 PM

I love this forum. It keeps reminding me I am not alone. I suffered from severe vertigo. Hospital 2 times. The patch I had to were caused major pain behind my eye, but I could not walk with out it. 2 days after stopping gluten all gone, only to return and not as severe with a glutening. I had minor vertigo for severel years, the kind where I would trip coming out of an elevator because my body had not stopped even though the elevator did Everyone use to laugh at me because it would never fail I would trip every time, it may have been 2 or three steps out but like clock work none the less. Thank the maker it is gone. I was low on B!2 also but my vertigo was gone with the diet before I got my injection. Good luck

In Topic: Iud Options

27 February 2009 - 02:39 PM

I love my IUD. I could never take birth control in the past due to major migraines no matter how low the dose, but my IUD has been great. All politics aside, it is your decision and good luck.