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  • Dyani Barber
    Dyani Barber

    ClickMDLab.com for Affordable & Confidential Celiac Disease Blood Tests

    Caption: ClickMDLab.com provides confidential celiac disease screening.

    Are you are interested in getting tested for celiac disease but would like to use an affordable and reliable company—perhaps one that even offers the option of confidential celiac disease blood screening? If your answer is yes to any part of this question I would highly recommend ClickMDLab.com.

    ClickMDLab.com is an online company that offers celiac disease testing via certified LabCorp laboratories, which are conveniently located throughout the USA. ClickMDLab.com offers a confidential screening service that allows you to completely bypass a trip to your doctor’s office—which means that your test results will not end up in your medical records (should you choose this option).

    My sister recently used their service to be screened for celiac disease via their celiac disease complete panel blood test. Within a few days my sister received her results via e-mail, and she didn't have to deal with a trip to the doctor's office and long wait times associated with the normal screening process.

    Her results were well-documented and easy to read, and on top of this the staff at CickMDLab.com were available and willing to assist her with any additional questions that she had. My sister had a wonderful first-time experience and we feel it's necessary to spread the word about this great new service.

    Visit their site for more info: ClickMDLab.com

     

     

     


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  • About Me

    After many years of unexplained medical issues, I was finally diagnosed with celiac disease in 2002.  The first couple of years were a rough road traveled, but I am feeling better than I ever have.  It is important that I share what I have learned over the years with others and to do my part to help raise awareness of celiac disease.

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    Celiac.com Sponsor: Review
    Wow is the best word I can use to describe this delicious gluten-free Vanilla Meal Replacement Shake by IDLife. Having tried a few other brands, I can honestly say this one is by far the best.
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    This shake is also infused with various amino acids, some which are essential to your daily diet. If you're not getting your daily dose of vitamins and other nutrients that you need to stay healthy, IDLife provides this with this delicious vanilla shake. No more fatty chips or nuts for me, I've made the switch! It is truly a meal replacement product, because after drinking it, I am definitely not hungry.
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    Every celiac is different.  Reactions to gluten are different and so are healing times.  I am one of those who remains ill for months too.    Give it time.  I hope you feel better soon.  
    Sounds awful. My hit me a few days later this time. But I still feel the same three weeks later. Well, a little bit better as my headaches have worn off but I am still so dizzy and have numbness and tingling. It's so hard to concentrate. I feel horrendous but have been to the docs and hosp numerous times and they can't do anything.
    I sorta bump into walls a lot more, misjudge distances and hit my shoulder on door frames in a sort of totter fashion, catch myself almost falling sometimes on stairs, drop stuff, find I lose heat and cold sensitivity and often burn myself, or cut myself. These stick around for a while and slowly taper off. My ataxia normally hits hard the first day within hours of consuming the offending food I can lose full motor control and end up on the floor.
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