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sherrylynn

Member Since 10 Aug 2010
Offline Last Active Apr 22 2013 06:23 PM
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#700735 Celiac Vaccine Anyone?

Posted by sherrylynn on 19 May 2011 - 05:48 AM

No, I would not get it. I don't trust anything the FDA puts out or approves. Just look at Darvocet, The FDA said it was safe and had it on the market for years then stated that it was not safe after all and pulled it off the market. After my daughter was diagnosed with Autism, I don't trust anything they approve.

Like someone else said, Celiac is genetic for some people, how can a vaccine help that. Vaccines are for viruses, to build up antibodies to fight against a virus. Celiac, as far as I understand is not caused by a virus. It is an autoimmune disease, So how can they make a VACCINE against an autoimmune disease. I just don't think it is possible.

It scares me too that they might be wanting to play around with genetics. They are going to cause a lot more problems monkeying around with genetics. It almost feels like they are trying to play GOD. That is a dangerous game they are playing.
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#697201 Tomarrow Is Day 1 On The Diet

Posted by sherrylynn on 05 May 2011 - 06:46 PM

I got my disability today. I am going tomarrow to buy new frying pans and a new toaster, as well as some groceries. I can't wait to start feeling better. I hope I do feel better and this is really the problem. If not I will be so disapointed and frustrated.
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#632457 Do You Feel More Mentally Healthy After Going gluten-free?

Posted by sherrylynn on 17 August 2010 - 11:57 AM

I am definitely more centered since going gluten free. The tensed up monster living inside me relaxed and rejoined me. I feel whole. PMS gone
daily headaches gone
anxiety gone
my hatred of other people and crowded spaces gone
my weight going down
depression gone
over reactions to little things gone
rational thought back
ability to play pool remarkable (I can see the angles needed to make a shot now rather than just guessing)
feeling that I'm so clever feeling- which disappeared around puberty- which when thinking about it was about the time the red cheeks appeared too (just realized this as typing)

I am not diagnosed for any of my symptoms nor celiacs (still have to talk to a doctor about it).


You had red cheeks? you mean like rosacea? did it clear up after going gluten free? I have very red cheeks and nose. I hope they clear up after I go gluten free.
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#632113 Brain Fog

Posted by sherrylynn on 16 August 2010 - 10:28 AM

I also forget words several times a day. I will be talking to people at work and I can not remeber a word that I want to say. It is usually a common word like cup or stappler but I cannot rememer how to say a word.

People usually have to finish my sentence for me. That is so irritating.
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#632092 Brain Fog

Posted by sherrylynn on 16 August 2010 - 09:50 AM

I have heard people say they had brain fog before going gluten free. and I was wondering when they say brain fog what do they mean. Is is just being absent minded. Do they feel like they are on drugs or is it like they can't think.

I have very great long term memory, but my short term memory sucks.

I took my grandson to the doctor for his shots about 6 months ago and just about a month ago my daughter wanted to know what they gave him. I honestly can not even remember taking him to the doctor. I have had a lot of memory lapses like that and it scares me. :ph34r:
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