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Jill's (wAvE wEt sAnD's/Amber_Champagne's) Celiac Disease topics only Blog

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Long Time...

Wow, between this, Livejournal, Myspace, and other internet toys, I really haven't been on here. I figured I'd drop a few lines.   The only thing I miss now that I'm a Celiac is the quickness and convenience of meals. That is, only when Thai Kitchen and other gluten-free packed food isn't available. I miss Krispy Kremes and Combos, badly. I wish that cooking breakfast and lunch didn't take ...

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My First Post--last July.

Hello everyone!I'm a 21- year-old female who has exhibited many of the symptoms of celiac disease for the past five months. I have had an upper GI, countless blood tests (one of which caused me to pass out), a gallbladder untrasound, an X-Ray, and a stool card test (I never got the results on that one!). All of those tests were normal except for the final bloodwork I had done in June showing gluten...

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The College Story.

After taking the tour in the spring of '02, I headed to Thiel to begin my freshman year that August (the 18th, to be precise). Cross Country camp starts early--I'll be there on the 21st this year (if I don't have to go to the country fair with the radio station for my internship). I was terrified, even though the campus is small, about numerous college awareness factors for young, single, vulnerable...

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A Story Of Me.

I posted my diagnosis story a year ago in "Pre-Diagnosis and Testing," but I figured that I'd start with my life before I turned the gene on.Apparently, someone (whether Upstairs or otherwise) wanted me to have difficult challenges most of my life. I realize that I'm not the only one, but I thought that I'd share a few things.Sometime in 1983, before I was born, and until I was eight years old...

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Glutened For The Second Time

Yesterday, I was hungry and I went to the cupboard. I noticed that we had Swoops--those chocolate Pringles-like things. The regular Reeses ones with milk chocolate are OK, so I falsely assumed that these would be--and then decided to check the label after eating FIVE. Way at the bottom of the list, after 'defatted peanuts' was WHEAT FLOUR. There is a hole in my intestine, ladies and gentleman...

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Thai Kitchen Rules!

My fellow intern wants to try one of my Thai Kitchen bowls...even after he said that the rice noodles look like plastic. Haha!

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Vegetarians Only Do It For Fun

One of my co-workers politely asked me, after declining a gyro, if I was a vegetarian. I told him about the "wheat allergy," and he asked me how my allergy manifests itself. I politely told him that I vomit--and that it's genetic. I told him about the rice bread and whatnot--and he was pretty cool with it. My take on vegetarians who have started a vegan/whatever (not purposely gluten-free) diet...

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A Quick Summation Of The Past Year Since The Diag.

*July 2, 2004--my mother's birthday and the day of my bloodwork (IgG)*One week later--tested positive for IgG antibodies. Was told by my Gastro's head nurse, "Here are all the things that you can't have. Are you ready?" *Found this site and support group on the 17th.*Bought rice bread, tasted it for the first time, and hated it. Got used to it eventually, and now enjoy it, except when it crumbles...

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