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Member Since 15 Aug 2010
Offline Last Active Feb 24 2011 06:18 PM

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In Topic: Anyone In Florida?

23 February 2011 - 07:36 PM

I'm 26 and I live in Orlando. Has anyone tried dating after being diagnosed? I've heard horror stories about kissing a guy after he had a few beers and then being sick...I'm unsure how paranoid I need to be in that aspect. Any tips?

I can vouch for the kissing thing, IT SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!, I guess everyone is different though, but one night I kissed a guy after he had eaten pizza a few hours earlier and I still got glutened... I read in a book somewhere that if you are dating a not gluten free person make sure they brush there teeth before you ever kiss them to avoid the horrible consequences.

In Topic: Low Immune System?

23 February 2011 - 07:31 PM

Yes, before I went gluten free and even when I get glutened now, I do feel that I get sick a lot more than normal people. lol, just another symptom we all have to deal with I guess...

In Topic: What Are Your "glutened" Symptoms?

12 February 2011 - 07:27 PM

- Lots of D, maybe upwards to 5 to 6 times a day
- I break out on my scalp (and it's itchy) for a week or two
- A sharp side pain, possibly my kidneys, within one week of being glutened
- Hungry almost all the time, it's like I can't get enough food, yet I don't gain any weight (which is a good thing)
- Tired all the time
- Brain fog
- Clumsiness, broke my toe once by kicking the couch, and I drop a lot of stuff
- I think that's it...

In Topic: Gluten Free Wheat!

12 February 2011 - 07:10 PM

I told a waitress one time that I had a gluten allergy, and she replied with "So you are allergic to dairy?"...

In Topic: Almost Cried At Work!

12 February 2011 - 07:02 PM

That's how feel. Yuck. And when I watch people I care about eat it I want to cry and scream, but usually I just try to educate them. And then they blow me off. :(

I get that too, well most of the time. I am finally getting way with my family that I live with. We even made an entire gluten free dinner (with an awesome chocolate cake) for some guests one night. Everyone loved it... if only people gave it a chance they would see it's not bad.

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