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Member Since 14 Jun 2012
Offline Last Active Oct 27 2012 07:26 AM

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In Topic: Just Started Gluten Free

24 July 2012 - 11:15 AM

I would really like to keep updating you all on my progress since some of you are probably
confused,and alot of you are most likely in more pain then you have had originally( especially within the first 3 weeks)I also
noticed in the beginning weeks physical symptoms that never bothered me before. Popping joints
was one of them. I am now on week 8 and had a doctors appointment today..he said hes never
seen me look better..I know there is a long way to go with healing.Prayer..solid diet and
supportive friends will make this journey a much easier one. The emotions are also difficult at times.
Its ok to cry. Its ok to treat yourself to all the rest and help you require. Many of you have been
undiagnosed for many years such as myself and are now just dealing with it. Simplify and do what you can.
The ladder is tall and remember make every attempt at the climb count. Love and hugs to my fellow fighters.
ps..The initial withdrawal will pass and the pain will subside and what i can compare it to is finally seeing through
a dusty window..little by little the dust clears up Xo

In Topic: Just Started Gluten Free

11 July 2012 - 06:28 PM

Hi everyone..i am now 6 weeks in and everything is really turning around! I posted when I was 2 weeks in
with severe burning rib pain,headaches etc..
well that has all lessened to a great degree..some of my muscle strength has returned..I am still
quite tired..but that in itself is chalked up to healing. All I can say to all of you 2 to 3 weeks even 4 weeks in
there is hope..you are healing. Stick to the plan.I also am taking a high potency probiotic twice daily..Its 50 billion
dose twice a day.I have cut coffee soy dairy corn and of course gluten and wheat(thats a given) Good luck to you all..

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