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Member Since 15 Feb 2004
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Pregnant And Worried

04 March 2006 - 04:36 PM

I am five weeks pregnant today, but am extremely worried I might have an ectopic pregnancy. I have been experiencing some pelvic pains (a few times sharp, but mostly dull and not always on one side, but primarily on my right). However, I have no bleeding, little dizziness and little nausea which are also signs of an ectopic pregnancy.

I did have some problems with pelvic pains starting over a year ago, but it was never confirmed the cause of it...vaginal ultrasound, abdominal ultrasound as well as a CT scan were normal. However, the more information I find on the internet I am finding out pelvic pains can be a result of Celiac's disease.

So, I am wondering if any of you that are pregnant or have been pregnant ever had pelvic /abdominal pains early in your pregnancy. I just can't keep from worrying, but I keep reminding myself I did have issues with pelvic pains prior to getting pregnant. Don't know what to think. I have my first appointment with my OB on March 16th.

Any info would be appreciated!

Mackinaw Island

01 October 2005 - 04:14 PM

I am traveling to Mackinaw Island at the end of October. Has anyone ever been there and have any advice for eating gluten free? The only thing I have found on the internet is that the Tea Room at the Fort can make a great spinach salad for me and that the Kilwin's Ice Cream place has some gluten free ice cream.

Chicago - Lou Malnatti's Pizza

22 June 2005 - 11:43 AM

Lou Malnatis is an awesome pizza chain in the Chicago area that has this wonderful deep dish pizza that I have missed SO much since being diagnosed. Well, I found out yesterday that they have a crustless version of their pizza. It is a sausage, tomato and cheese pizza with the lean sausage being the crust (one big piece). I went out with some friends last night and got one and added onion and green pepper to it. It was SO good. Here is a link to the description.


Lou Malnatis does ship their pizzas anywhere in the US and this is an option with their crustless version. It's pricey because they send them FedEx in dry ice, but it is SO worth it. The more you buy, it's less per pizza because the shipping is split among more pizzas. You can also find the information at www.loutogo.com.


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