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Member Since 04 Dec 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 05 2012 07:54 AM

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In Topic: Something Other Than Celiac Disease

05 December 2012 - 01:25 AM

I have had a biopsy taken of my guts right after my stomach and somewhere further in my guts. The test results show that only the first part of my guts after my stomach was irritated by stomach acid because of a hiatus hernia. The biopsy showed that everything is fine.

I am on a gluten, milk and soy free diet for a few years now and because I don't eat soy often the effects of consuming soy are heavier. In the past I would avoid gluten and milk completely but now I also have to completely avoid soy. When I eat one of the three the thermoregulation of my body isn't working well so that I can't cope with warm or cold weather. Also when I eat something bad I get allergic to bee stings. When I get stung by a bee I get too much energy a few minutes and after that I am completely burned out.

The tests were done during and after I was getting on a diet. All tests that would suggest celiac disease were done before I was on a diet and two other tests that have nothing to do with gluten problems were done during my diet. My GP hasn't mentioned the possibility of being low on Total serum IgA. He has only tested me for the regular type of allergic reaction that's part of celiac disease. I was sent back home from a academic hospital because the doctor suggested that the test results were bad and I have had to live with it. My GP suggests mental help to cope with my feelings if the academic hospital doesn't want to do tests anymore.

In Topic: It's Now Official!

04 December 2012 - 10:52 AM

I too have a small hiatus hernia. Blood test don't show any signs of celiac disease. Also my guts were tested and are almost fine. Even if it doesn't show up that you have celiac disease you probably would have to stick on your diet.

In Topic: Getting Paranoid

04 December 2012 - 10:36 AM

Normally there is a barrier between your blood flow and your skin. Only a small amount of people can get ill from having skin contact with gluten. It's rare if you would get ill that way, but it's possible.

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