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Member Since 14 Apr 2014
Offline Last Active May 04 2014 11:14 AM

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In Topic: Does This Mean I'm Going To Be Super Sensitive To Gluten?

04 May 2014 - 11:14 AM

Thanks for all the replies, by super sensitive I'm mean like if I ingest the smallest amount of gluten I'll be I'll for days to follow sorry for not being clear, I'm still getting the hang if all of this.. My worst symptoms are having an upset stomach and migraines that last for days... I've read the newbie thread but perhaps I should reread it once kids are in bed so I'm not doing a million things while trying to read it. I'm also reading as many of the posts on here as I can to get as much info as possible and looking into local groups to possibly help with the whole transition

In Topic: Does This Mean I'm Going To Be Super Sensitive To Gluten?

02 May 2014 - 10:36 AM

Thanks for the fast response, I do plan on making the house gluten free once we get her results regardless of what it says but just haven't gotten around to it and not sure if the dr would want to scope her so was holding off until her test is back sometime next week... I don't think my stomach was ever this upset when I was eating gluten all the time and it has now added in some cramps/pain to join in the I wanna puke feeling urg!

In Topic: Testing On Toddlers

20 April 2014 - 03:51 PM

Alright I'll be sure to push our dr to run the test and retest if needed, I've already considered talking to the daycare about it to see how we could work it to have her gluten free no matter what the tests say as I feel it would lessen the changes or CC for my son and I but it would be nice to know before hand that way if it is positive we won't need to make sure she's had enough gluten for long enough/ been kept on to have her tested again and causing her harm if she does have it and I'm really not sure how the daycare would work that my guess is I'd have to supply her food, dishes etc which wouldn't be a big deal as I already do that for my son at school so it's just making an extra lunch and snacks to send her but I'll have to talk with them first to know for sure

In Topic: Testing On Toddlers

20 April 2014 - 06:09 AM

Thanks for the tips, freezing meals sounds like a good idea for those nights I just don't feel like cooking or the late nights when I'd normally turn to a can of ravioli or ordering a pizza, I was told by a friend we have a good health food store not far from me that almost everything they sell is gluten free so I'm going to have to go check it out after the weekend :)

Greenbeanie- thanks I'll make an appt with our dr and ask for my daughter to be tested as well she is uassally pretty good at ordering the tests I request but I do have to pay for the blood work so I think it was more her trying to save me money. My daughter doesn't really show any signs as of yet other then some constipation, but I think that was also my sons first sign along with bouts of diarrhea but I never thought anything of it.

In Topic: Testing On Toddlers

19 April 2014 - 05:16 PM

Thanks for the reply I've been looking around the sure and will be sure to make it into the newbie thread! I will be sure to keep checking in for others input on this. This site seems like it will be a great help with all of this and there's so much to learn it's hurting my head trying to wrap it around all of it but there seems to be a great community here to help me get through the adjustment period :)

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