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Member Since 30 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active May 22 2014 10:47 PM

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In Topic: At A Loss; Constant Stomach Pain Continues

18 May 2014 - 04:24 PM

It might actually be the milk that could be making everything worse.  I will try without it for a few weeks and see how I do.  I am thinking that is just it.  But yeah, I also experience problems with Apples and pears as well.  I am suddenly unable to eat peanut butter or anything from tree nuts, which is a bummer.  I'd like to be able to buy some prepackaged gluten free foods once and awhile and eat those but it just isn't happening.  I get such a bad reaction from anything at Wal-Mart, etc.


And I don't believe it is the one food at a time thing for me.  I know what you are referring to, but I looked into that.  I'm sure a good Celiac doc would've recommended to lose the cheese and milk.  But...but...I love my cheese. lol  Alright, I give in.  I really, really want this stomach to heal.  The pain is constant.  


Appreciate the advice.

In Topic: At A Loss; Constant Stomach Pain Continues

18 May 2014 - 02:06 PM

I have an official Celiac Diagnosis through blood work. The biopsies came out to be negative though.  I also have had an endoscopy and I got the hayfever diagnosis from an Allergist.


I am also anemic, as diagnosed by my Gastro.  I really don't know if the anemia could be causing a lot of these problems or not...?  Perhaps I should see a hematologist eventually?  


The biggest problem I have at the moment is I am surrounded by worthless doctors.  I told my Celiac doctor I was anemic.  He did not believe me, so I ended up in the ER and they diagnosed me.  Every single doctor I have been to has been this way.  

In Topic: Eating Out...recommendations?

22 February 2014 - 10:57 AM

Alright, stay at home it is.  Thanks.

In Topic: Cold Snowy Winter Comin'............ Git Ready

01 November 2013 - 02:00 AM

I used to live in Indiana.  I moved to Arizona to get away from the snow.  Now all I have is dust and a severe case of chronic hayfever.  So much fun.  I wasn't expecting that.  Still, I really hated the snow and truly understand what a pain it can be!

In Topic: Arsenic In Rice

01 November 2013 - 01:58 AM

I'm actually questioning rice at the moment.  Chex cereals cause me more stomach pain but I don't know if this is from Celiac or Gastritis.  And I have chronic case of Gastritis.  It seems to be more about some of the textures of foods as well.  Anything rough feels rough as well!