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ZBMom

Member Since 31 May 2013
Offline Last Active Jul 16 2013 08:47 AM
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In Topic: Probiotics And Healing Related Sickness

05 July 2013 - 06:14 AM

I started my son's on a round of probiotics with their peds approval.  One reacts severely to the slightest cross contamination of wheat or soy.  I am hoping that the probiotics will be enough to help his system repair so that he will not react so severely to the slightest cross contamination. 

 

I am new to Celiac disease but I would caution you against thinking it could cure your symptoms.


In Topic: Is This A Gluten Reaction?

02 June 2013 - 07:02 AM

Isn't it just so hard to know?  I would recommend being mindful of soy products.  I wouldn't eliminate soy yet, just look to see if there is a pattern between soy and her reactions in the future. Her symptoms sound like a typical soy sensitivity reaction to me and processed meats tend to be high in soy protein. 

 

 (But I am not a doctor and am on the same confusing journey as you.  I am just trying to figure out what to feed my sons and keep them healthy too.)


In Topic: New To All Of This....and Have Some Questions.

31 May 2013 - 11:28 AM

I feel your pain.  I have been battling for an official diagnosis for 3 months now and changed pediatricians along the way.  Currently we are waiting for the GI appointment in August.  It makes me what to spring the $400 per person for mail order genetic testing and say the heck with the doctors.

 

My whole family went gluten free to support my oldest son as part of an "experiment" to help his enuresis.  (It helped dramatically and everything else fell into place.)  I never even considered at the start of this journey that gluten could be causing all of our health problems. 

 

It turns out that my youngest son is even more sensitive and had more dramatic improvement in health than my oldest.  Originally I had told my youngest that it was just in our home and we would take him out to eat on occasion etc.  Then whenever we took him out he was extremely ill afterword. 

 

Currently we are all gluten and dairy free.  This week my youngest had a severe reaction to soy and my oldest had a mild reaction to it so now we are soy free as well.