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SarahJimMarcy

Member Since 16 May 2011
Offline Last Active Jun 15 2014 06:20 AM
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In Topic: Food Sensitivity?

15 June 2014 - 06:08 AM

Great information and thank you. 


In Topic: Sugar And Fruit Problems

08 June 2014 - 04:25 PM

Celiac Mindwarp - How did the Whole30 go? I am on day 2. I hope this helps me figure out why I am having some of the same symptoms I had before going gluten free three years ago. Did it help you?


In Topic: The Evil Gluten - My Story And Road To Recovery

17 May 2014 - 07:40 AM

I am really happy to have discovered this thread, though sad to see you suffered for so long. I did, too, and didn't get diagnosed until after my daughter got diagnosed. I had given up on myself, but for her, I gave it my all.

 

I, too, had mono twice, and wondered how a married woman, 44, could get it! The only information I could find about mono was on college websites, answering FAQs such as, "Will my roommate get mono?" and, "Can I still go to parties if I have mono?" Not helpful!

 

I hope the connection of celiac and mono is studied further. I've always wondered how I got it. Now I see it was celiac related.


In Topic: Pain And Spasms On Upper Left Side

16 November 2013 - 02:00 PM

More answers, though partial. Shadowicewolf: You were right: it is a hiatal hernia.

 

I had my gall bladder out 16 years ago, so it can't be that. But I would like to have an ultrasound on the left side to see if anything's inflamed.Throwing up bile seems like more than a hernia? The endoscopy was not fun - glad that's over!

 

I am going to try Lactaid this week and see if that helps with the nausea. Also taking Prilosec. I'd rather do things naturally, but I don't want to feel bad any longer. 


In Topic: Pain And Spasms On Upper Left Side

11 October 2013 - 05:04 AM

I've got a partial answer, figured out by my chiropractor. I had a rib out of place. One treatment made a difference. If anyone in the Twin Cities needs a good chiropractor, who is gluten-free by the way, see Dr. Berg at http://www.essencechiropractic.net

 

Now, it is the nausea to figure out. I think I need to give up dairy and sugar. But Dr. Berg also suggested I be tested for Lyme.

 

I think having gone undiagnosed for so many years makes me immediately jump to the conclusion that it's more GI problems. Never occurred to me that it would be skeletal!


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