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Member Since 25 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Aug 22 2013 03:41 PM

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Reaction To Corn

22 August 2013 - 01:59 PM

Good afternoon,


 I've tried searching Google but it is not as much help as I know you guys will be.


I was diagnosed Celiac in Jan, and I have been gluten-free ever since. I feel wonderful! Big difference! The problem the past few months is every time I eat whole kernel corn, I get gluten-like symptoms. It is taking me almost a week to digest it.


I do not notice any problems with corn products, however. Just corn itself. Is this normal? I am afraid that eventually I will have a full blown corn intolerance, and as you can imagine, I do not want this to happen. It really is in everything. I am hoping maybe since I am newly diagnosed, it is just having a hard time moving through my damaged intestines. Wishful thinking?


Has this happened to anybody else? Thanks in advance!

Mikes Hard Lemonade

29 March 2013 - 11:56 AM

Their website says gluten-free to 5ppm. Would you try it?

How Do You Cope Post Gluten?

21 March 2013 - 06:16 PM

Those damn delicious cadbury eggs! I ate 2 minis and 2hrs later comes the sweating, chills, horrible cramps, D, nausea, headache, exhaustion and the list could go on! What was I thinking?

What do you do to handle the aftermath? I was diagnosed Celiac just 10 weeks ago, but I still can't believe I was so careless. It is a reminder to be so careful, that's for sure.

I wish there were some kind of miracle pill for this!

Aloe Vera Juice

03 February 2013 - 07:41 AM

I have only recently gone gluten-free after a Celiac diagnosis. A family friend, who is a father of 2 teenage boys with Celiac, recommended I drink Aloe Vera juice for a few weeks to help me heal. Have any of you heard of this?

gluten-free For...3 Days. Help!

26 January 2013 - 05:06 PM

I'm new. Diagnosed just Wednesday. On Thursday, I went through my pantry and gave away everything I couldn't eat. I figured, better to get it out of the house. I'm so ready to feel better.

My biggest question right now is, How do I know if I need to go lactose free as well?

I keep reading that it is best for a few weeks, possibly longer, and that some people don't need to do that. I'm confused.

A little background. I started having horrible diarrhea pretty soon after giving birth to my daughter. Initially I thought it was just my body getting back to normal from pregnancy, & L&D. It continued, so I assumed it was the extra hormones in my birth control. I tried 4-5 of those before my husband and I decided to conceive again. (14 months later, and 1 m/c, no new baby, which I blame my unknown Celiac diagnosis 100%) I experienced the diarrhea for another year before waking up one day and saying "This is enough!" It took my PCP 1 week to diagnosis me Celiac.

I'm sad, I'm angry. I'm in mourning. Did I mention angry? Life isn't fair. I'm struggling with this. I know it's only been a few days. I guess I just needed somewhere to vent for a minute. Thanks


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