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Jen_1984

Member Since 30 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Jan 20 2014 03:31 PM
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In Topic: ~So Confused! Help Me Understand! Dr. Saying My Ms Isn't Ms It...

20 January 2014 - 02:59 PM

It seems confusing that a doctor would decide, even after 2 negative celiac panels that you actually have it and then take you off your immune suppressant medication. Is there any other reasons that the doc has that they may have this idea that gluten is causing your lesions? I just thought I would chime in here and let you know that I have never ever had lesions, but have had numbness, tingling, uveitis and cognitive issues and had one positive test on a celiac panel that was positive and I also have a milk allergy. When I cut out the gluten and dairy all the cognitive/numbness/tingling issues went away.  It is hard to say in your situation though because the doctor doesn't seem to have any real clear reason for changing your diagnosis. I would go to an allergist and get tested for any food allergies period. I would also get a second opinion on this new neurologist's diagnosis. I would be a little suspicious of it and that is just my opinion.  


In Topic: Dgp Iga And Other Diseases That Cause It To Be Positive

20 January 2014 - 02:46 PM

I also had one test that came back positive, which the deamidated gliadin IgG portion of the test. My labs were also sent to a gastro doc who also was very rude, said that I didn't have it at all and scoffed when he heard me say that I felt better going gluten free. I did end up finding out a month later after the celiac test came back positive that I have a milk allergy. I didn't feel completely better and when I found that out I went gluten and dairy free. That really made me feel so much better. I would go through with the colonoscopy and endoscopy but you may want to go to an allergist just to rule out any other allergies. You probably don't have any but it is better safe than sorry.


In Topic: Eye Floaters

13 February 2013 - 10:30 PM

I have a ton of eye floaters and issues with my eyes. I don't know what could cause it really but I have read other people on this forum say they have floaters and I have suspicions and it is my opinion that celiac maybe able to cause it. It is an autoimmune disease and effects every person differently. Gluten causes the autoimmune response. Now that I have been gluten and dairy free, I can count on one hand how many floaters I have had. Before I would see them several times a day. It is only my opinion and I am no doctor, but I feel there is a connection.

In Topic: Newly gluten-free And Dairy Free And Itchy Sores Everywhere! Aaaah!

13 February 2013 - 01:50 PM

I wanted to let you guys know that I took some benadryl later that evening and the sores stopped. The itching also stopped, so I was allergic to something, I don't know what.. But I really appreciate all of your replies and answers!

In Topic: Newly gluten-free And Dairy Free And Itchy Sores Everywhere! Aaaah!

10 February 2013 - 04:43 PM

Wow, guess I never realized how sick I was... This whole thing is just so crazy to me! Thanks for your reply!