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

#873546 Second Guessing My Gluten Problem...

Posted by on 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..

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#873261 My Test Came Back

Posted by on 07 June 2013 - 05:11 PM

My test came back negative , I was shocked to find this out!! I really cannot believe it! So I have decided to just go Gluten Free!! I know I have gone Gluten free for 3 days and OMG the difference was amazing!! I know it seems odd that 3 days would make me feel so wonderful but it did!! So I decided that if my test came back negative I'd go gluten free, I don't need the Dr. To tell me to go gluten-free , I need me to take care of myself! Thats all!! Just take care of myself!! It just makes sense to me!! I used to do the Atkins diet, was told it wasn't good for me!! I quit a few years ago , and lo and behold I started having problems. Now mind you I don't have some of the problems alot of you have but I have problems! And the more I thought about it! The more it dawned on me! I was eating meat and fresh fruits and veggies and Atkins! Bingo!! SO back I go eating the way I did before!! I'd like to thank this forum for helping me!! I know I am new and have to have every thing I say approved my a mod. But just reading everything you all have to say is a great help!! It sure made me think!! And now I have an answer!! TY so very much!! 

My tests were all negative too! And I could see a huge difference in myself within days as well :) Good luck on the diet!! :)

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#871188 Help Me Interpret Test Results?

Posted by on 28 May 2013 - 01:31 PM

I had these results come out negative too.... Then I decided to go to a different doctor and get ALL the tests done... But she ran the same exact test :/ Which came back negative again. But that doctor got me in to get an endoscopy, so I can't complain too much. Now just waiting for those results... I was going to try and go to another doctor and get the tests, but I'm so tired of feeling like this, and gluten makes my depression reallllly bad..


So, don't give up yet! Write down the other tests and bring them to your doctor. Ohh, and try to get them to listen to you...

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#871018 Disappointing Endo Results

Posted by on 27 May 2013 - 05:03 PM

I can understand your disappointment.  It's so backward, isn't it?  To be disappointed when a disease has been ruled out??  I've begun preparing myself for "normal" results, too...caz, as weird as the normals would think this sounds, I know having Celiac would justify all the pain and suffering, and maybe make me seem less crazy to them. To "only have IBS" just doesn't seem to mean enough.  The important thing to consider is Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity/Intolerance (I see the terms used interchangeably, not sure which one it really is).  If you have seen improvement on the gluten-free diet, that speaks volumes. More importantly, if you decide to go back to gluten, and your symptoms come raging back, are worse, or change significantly, you'll have an answer.  Celiac or NCGS, gluten really messes with many people.  


Anyway, I hope your disappointment is short lived, and things improve for you.



ET correct spelling...but there are probably still lots of mistakes. LOL  :P

I am preparing myself for normal results as well :(


But we know we have a problem with gluten, so no matter what our tests says, we should be gluten free! It's tough not having an official disgnoses, but i'm sure, in time, you'll be doing so well on the gluten free diet that your endo results wont make any difference for you... Don't give up the diet!!

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#869643 College Dating

Posted by on 19 May 2013 - 04:14 PM

I think your worrying too much about this! If she likes you, she likes you... not for what you can or cant eat. And if her sister is gluten intolerant, thats a plus! She understands what you can and cant eat. Let her go get burgers with her friends or something, you two wont be together 24/7 anyways, ya know?

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