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macocha

Member Since 01 Mar 2010
Offline Last Active Jan 05 2011 01:03 PM
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In Topic: Me Again - Sorry - About My Daughter

17 December 2010 - 07:12 AM

She has tried:
Elidel - 1% cream
mupirocin - 2%
Hydrocortisone 2.5%
and one other - an ointment her allergist gave her

What do I think it is. I am leaning towards DH. She has fructose malabsorption already. Her brother has celiac. I want to know for sure because if it is this and that makes the FM worse than what it is. This has never fully gone away like sometimes exzema does in diff weather. It has always been a problem.

In Topic: Behavior And Appetite

01 December 2010 - 10:29 AM

totally! I have a teen and his attitude is horrendous. I can tell when he gets glutened (sleeps a ton) and when he is weaning off it again (attitude and really horrible mood).

I cannot find where he is getting it. but yes, I feel your pain.

In Topic: Do You Tell When Someone Makes You Sick?

01 December 2010 - 10:26 AM

Yep, and I have. I even told someone last night. not a big deal if you approach it with a non-attack attitude. It was my son's friend's mom. it was something my son (13) thought was okay to have and it was not and I let her know. I also told her to call anytime she didn't know something. she was great about it. I wasn't mad - not her fault at all.

In Topic: I Need Some Help - Very Frustrating Doc Appt

15 November 2010 - 07:28 PM

cypress - mainly because her diet is already horrid and if I add the gluten-free it will be more limited. And, if I can get the diagnosis of celiac then maybe we can start adding in the FM restrictions and see if she can handle it now.

I don't wish fructose malabsorption on anyone. It is awful and has had me in tears many of nights - moreso than the celiac diet. that is a breeze compared to hers.

so, if I get the diagnosis - in my mind it would be easier (in reality maybe, maybe not). does that make sense?

In Topic: Help Please

17 August 2010 - 10:28 AM

I am slowly converting the whole family over. My son is a positive for celiac - so most likely. I have no more regular flour in my home and use the gluten free flours when cooking. it is more the breads we still keep around.