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Member Since 08 Mar 2012
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In Topic: Kratom

18 July 2014 - 06:37 AM

Celiac ELISA assay was negative as was test for dermatitis herpetiformis. I get a rash that is most likely dermatitis herpetiformis that breaks out on elbows, left shoulder area, back of knees, or right thigh. Always in one of the spots however usually not all together. The rash seems to have the same onset and duration as dermatitis herpetiformis and I've noticed when I have it my symptoms flair majorly especially neurological and psychiatric type symptoms. I am pretty sure it's this as the testing can be unreliable. Never had an endoscopy though. I definitely improved significantly when going gluten free however it is my enough. I have cut out all major stomach irritants and follow something that resembles a paleo diet. I smoked American spirits and wonder if those may have stopped my Progress though have since quit. I wonder if there's other diets aimed toward autoimmune diseases I may try.

Also, colitis runs in my family so perhaps I have that concurrently, as I've been having mucus in my stool, though I seem to have one bowel movement around the same time every day with no real intense pain. Most troublesome is the persistent fatigue, anxiety, depression, and sexual problems I face. I also am having ui issues though infection has been ruled out and kidneys are working normally according to blood test. My rbc count, hematocrit, and hemoglobin were slightly low. Also my tsh was at 5.5 but my t3 and t4 were normal. About a year ago I took tyrosint lowest dose possible for 3 months and it made me sickly and hyperthyroid so I think my throws is ok. Also no sign of antibodies to the thyroid. I wonder if there's is a diet geared towards bowel function I can try. I think it's possible I may also have colitis but can't ever seem to get seen by a specialist. I have no insurance and go through a county program that's garbage. I need help!

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