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Nadia2009

Member Since 05 Apr 2009
Offline Last Active Jan 19 2013 05:44 PM
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#774933 Rate Topic

Posted by Nadia2009 on 20 February 2012 - 09:34 PM

Ha ha, I never rated a topic either and I have been here longer than you. I have rated posts in a thread though, that is pretty easy. Just click the little '"+" plus sign in the top right corner of the post . Or the "-" minus sign if you want to negatory it.

Actually the rate topic option is right above the rate post plus and minus option. Just choose a star level you want to apply and click it. Hovering over the word "rate topic " and then moving your mouse pointer right will reveal the stars.

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I meant Rate a post actually. It was all new to me when I started this topic...yes the little + and -, I didn't know they were here it is all new to me from February 2012. Oh and yes there is Rate a topic as well wow this is all new to me. Tell me are there new glasses I was supposed to buy at the gluten free mall or it is just me :lol:
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#772523 The Reason For Ibs?

Posted by Nadia2009 on 10 February 2012 - 05:08 PM

Interesting article but it is another trick from doctors to sell us prescription drugs. My estomac is gluten intolerant not depressed :lol:
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#651538 Enteroscopy Biopsy

Posted by Nadia2009 on 06 November 2010 - 07:36 AM

Hi everyone,

I quit gluten late September 2009 and had been glutened a few times since then. In the spring and summer 2009, after my blood test came "unconclusive" he didn't judge necessary to refer me to a GI. I didn't persist asking because I had symptoms that were indicating some allergy issues and got busy seeing allergists at that time that reassured me I had almost no allergy to environment or food and should check food intolerances. I was confused because I had a lot sneezing and other typical allergy symptoms.

Now after all this time and maybe too late, my GP referred me to a GI finally. I asked him because I am concerned of having loose stools regularly.

Anyway, my question to you is if I still have diarhea when I get glutened and loose stools other times, is that a sign that my intestines are damaged? In the case of real celiac disease, I am thinking one year is too short for the vili to heal if there was major damage.
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