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txgal748

Member Since 21 May 2012
Offline Last Active Jan 09 2014 06:01 PM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: Silent Celiac: Newbie Question

03 November 2013 - 07:57 PM

Hi Lovelrning,

 

I have Silent celiac.  I have been gluten-free since 5/21/2012.  To this day I have not had a gastro symptom.  The few times I have been glutened I experienced pain in my feet and legs which I had frequently before going gluten-free.  I know it's crazy!   People with neurological problems also will have joint pain, headaches, fatigue, brain fog, and a few other symptoms.


In Topic: New To Celiac...

10 July 2013 - 03:12 PM

I never went through an endoscopy.  My celiac panel was through the roof, so when I went to see the gastroenterologist he just ordered the DNA test. So, it is possible that you have had some healing over the past few months that would show a weak positive.  I was fine with not having the endoscopy because I know I feel much better.


In Topic: Concerns With Going Gluten-Free?

10 July 2013 - 02:49 PM

NVSMOM

 

Can you tell us the brand of gluten-free mushroom soup?

 

MOMMY2KRJ,

 

Eating out and going to someone's house for a get together are the toughest, but can be managed.


In Topic: Well I'll Be Darned. No More Nausea And D... Y'all Were Right.

10 July 2013 - 02:44 PM

I have been primal off and on for 1 year.  Honestly I think it is the best way to be gluten free.  I had lost 15 lbs. but put on 10lbs back.  I need to eat less and exercise more. :)


In Topic: T1 Diabetic Diagnosed With Celiac With No Symptoms?

07 July 2013 - 07:11 PM

Hi!

 

I also thought I did not have any symptoms.  All my symptoms are/were neurological. Leg pain, knee pain, and chronic dull headache.  Any amount of gluten causes damage even if you don't have symptoms.  There are 300 known symptoms of celiac disease.  There are no levels of severity in Celiac Disease.  There are several blogs about celiac that can be helpful. One of them is glutendude.com.  Your son may also be interested in Mark's Daily Apple website.  Good luck to your son.  I hope he continues to take good care of his health especially with the T1 diabetes.