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Member Since 12 Apr 2013
Offline Last Active Jul 17 2013 11:45 AM

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In Topic: Anyone Here From The Green Bay, Appleton Wi Area?

17 June 2013 - 11:51 AM

I'm new here as well and we're just waiting for my son's biopsy and blood tests for the rest of the family. We're in Menasha. I've been looking for a support group or something that would help the kids with the transition. All I've seen are ones in Sheboygan or somewhere further away (can't remember where).


So, hello from Menasha!

Woahh... I live in Mensha!

In Topic: Not Sure If Gluten Intolerance, Would Love Help And Or Advice!

09 June 2013 - 06:02 PM

Sounds like you have a problem with gluten!


I had a negative biopsy and I am still gluten intolerant.


I suggest you keep eating gluten until ALL testing is done. Not eating gluten could mess up test results. After you see the allergist, I think it would be good to see a regular doctor to have the full celiac panel blood testing done and out of the way! THEN you should be able to go gluten free :)


It sucks waiting... I was on and off gluten for 2 months because I kept deciding I needed more testing and all that stufff. It's so much easier to wait than to wonder the rest of your life!


Btw, some people have negative biopsies and positive blood tests.

In Topic: Second Guessing My Gluten Problem...

09 June 2013 - 04:09 PM

Thanks for the replies! I was actually only gluten free for 4 days when i posted this :} Some symptoms are slowly improving though.. I just want this depression completely gone!... NOW! But i'm trying to be patient..

In Topic: Second Guessing My Gluten Problem...

09 June 2013 - 04:08 PM

For me, it took a few weeks for some GI symptoms and migraines to improve. For other symptoms like fatigue, and pain.... well, I'm one year in and still waiting.  LOL :rolleyes:


You'll probably need to give it until Xmas, or even longer, before all your symptoms clear up.


I went entirely dairy free in my second month gluten-free (I believe). Once I was gluten-free, it became much easier to notice how dairy gave me stomach aches so that made it simpler. Someone also mentioned how dairy can contribute to acne, and that was further incentive to drop it.  i just had icecream twice last week and I did not get a stomach ache from it (yeah!) but my skin is acting up again (boo!), so from this I am guessing that I am no longer lactose intolerant (after 1 year gluten-free) but my body doesn't lile something in the dairy so I get spots.  I'll stay mostly dairy free.

I noticed dairy gives me stomach aches too! I'm going to go dairy free for awhile starting now... ha.

In Topic: Heres My Neg. Endo. Path Report

08 June 2013 - 10:57 AM


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