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deinanthe

Member Since 17 Jul 2011
Offline Last Active Mar 10 2012 04:57 PM
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In Topic: Hair Loss And Rogaine

10 March 2012 - 04:54 PM

Biotin, vitamins and gluten-free haircare products are all good suggestions. I would also suggest you make sure you are well hydrated. Before my celiac was diagnosed and under control, I had terrible problems with dehydration and among my many symptoms, was constantly losing my hair. Even now, if I get dehydrated for any reason (not drinking enough water when I exercise, for example), I will experience hair loss afterwards. Just something else to keep in mind.

In Topic: Vertigo

10 March 2012 - 04:45 PM

Yes, vertigo is one of my main symptoms as a celiac. It is one of the ways I can tell if I've been getting into anything gluten contaminated, as the vertigo starts to come back. However, if I am 100% gluten free, I am also 100% vertigo free. If I were only 98% gluten free as you say you are, I would have vertigo all the time still. Get yourself to 100% gluten free and give yourself some time to heal, you may be pleasantly surprised to see your vertigo is gone completely.

In Topic: Getting Sick On Weekends

12 February 2012 - 08:19 AM

Are you sleeping in later on Saturday mornings? Perhaps your body is used to getting up and eating at a certain time during the week. The hormones in the birth control pills could make you feel queasy without food in your belly. I'd try getting up and eating at a normal work time next weekend and see if that cures it.

In Topic: Feeling As Though I'm Glutened When I Exercise

27 January 2012 - 07:08 PM

This may be a silly thing to ask, but are you working at home or at a gym? I only ask because I joined a gym for the first time in November. The first day there I got thirsty and took a drink out of the water fountain. And got glutened! I realized later that the fountain was across from a granola bar vending machine, so people were probably getting a little snack and a drink... oops, gluten! :lol: Ever since that I remember to bring my own water bottle, and haven't had any problems at all. And now I know to avoid public water fountains in general, which remarkably I'd never thought of before.

In Topic: Any Bean Info That You Can Give Me!

24 January 2012 - 04:26 PM

I am super sensitive, and have been eating beans from Rancho Gordo almost every day lately and have been fine!