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NE Mom

Member Since 18 Dec 2009
Offline Last Active Aug 14 2010 02:01 PM
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In Topic: Help With Gene Testing Results

12 August 2010 - 04:58 PM

She has had four negative blood tests, two negative scope/biopsies, and positive Enterlab stool results and diet removal results.

What is telling you she was positive on DQ9? I have no idea how to read this results at all!

In Topic: Which French Fries Can We Have?

23 June 2010 - 10:47 AM

BK fries make me sick within hours of eating them every time. However, I seem to do just fine with the McD's fries.

In Topic: Joint Pain

12 May 2010 - 01:49 PM

joint pain was one of my main symptoms. In fact, I was actually dx'd with Fibromylagia before discovering that gluten was actually the problem. I have also removed dairy from my diet and have noticed that any "accidental" dairy ingestion actually causes the joint pain to flare up again. You also may be suffering from other food intolerances.

In Topic: Advil?

12 May 2010 - 01:28 PM

I've had problems with both Walmart and Sam's brand generics. Both companies assured me that they were safe but after a week on generic Ibuprofen with tummy problems, extreme fatigue and depression-I've ditched the generics!!

In Topic: Question- The Difference Between Gluten Intolerance And Celiac Disease?

06 April 2010 - 12:00 PM

It wasn't so much constipation as I just lost the urge to go. I would have to use things like Milk of Magnesia to "stimulate" my colon every 3 or 4 days, hahaha sorry. About 2 months gluten free, it just started working again. And now I go to the bathroom regularly.


Passionfruit I'm struck by your statement regarding how you lost the urge to go. I have a 7 year old who has struggled with chronic constipation and encopresis since the age of 2. Long story short her GI has spent the last 5 years telling us that it was a behavioral thing and we just needed to repotty train her. She tells me that she soils in her pants because she doesn't feel the need to go or her brain doesn't tell her it's time. She's been tested for celiac three times and biopsied once. Her first blood test showed her AGA IGG at 54 with normal <10. Biopsy was normal. GI said no celiac.

I just found out last month that my Fibro is actually gluten intolerance (stool test and diet change was positive despite negative blood tests). I'm still not convinced that she doesn't have issues with gluten. I need to have the stool test done on her. Your statement just reminds me of her.