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  2. https://www.lifeextension.com/vitamins-supplements/item02314/two-per-day-capsules my nutritionist said this is what i should start taking but it has vitamin D3 2000 IU - is that safe dosage ?
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  4. Wendy, please reach out and join Celiac.com’s forum. I think you will find many people who have walked in your shoes. I have been gluten free for seven years. While it has been an adjustment, the trade off for good health has been so much better. If an online forum is not for you, consider j...
  5. Wow, again! You were strongly positive a year ago. I personally never had a positive on the TTG or EMA even in repeated tests over the years. Just a positive DGP IgA (am also biopsy-confirmed). So, you have been eating gluten daily since that first celiac panel? I am stumped...
  6. I can attest Floroquinolone are awful. I was prescribed Cipro in the early 1990s when info like what you have offered here was not available. I only took it that one time. I told Dr's after that I reacted to it. Who knows how much of my ANS/CNS is related to Cipro not celiac.
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  8. The very first thing I thought of when I got my diagnosis was that I wanted to kill myself. A year later I still feel just as upset. This is an unacceptable way to live. I can't enjoy restaurants because the only safe one is 15 miles away with a limited menu. I can't enjoy free food from...
  9. SummerAnne, I join the others in expressing my deep concern that your only diet appears to be OJ and water (and earlier "only eggs"). I don't know how long you have been on this so-called "diet" but it would certainly explain your drastic weight loss and perhaps also your other symptoms (food intolerance...
  10. Ray Ray, There might be ......but it would be hard to prove.... If it was Epstein Barr Virus being misdiagnosed as Strep.....EBV has be been associated with Celiac disease. Here is a couple of links about it.... https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-04-epstein-barr-virus-linked...
  11. Interesting information. My Vitamin D dropped to 5 a couple years before I developed anemia and was finally diagnosed. I think, however, I may have had celiac for many years before that.
  12. Yes... that extra pressure makes itself felt. In the UK where I live I understand they used to operate quickly if someone developed a hernia but nowadays they tend to leave it until it is necessary. There is always a slight risk that it can quickly turn into an emergency but I've had mine for fourteen...
  13. Margo, Cyclinglady has given you good advise..... Your skin is very efficient at making Vitamin D from Sunlight.... But if that is not enough consider taking some Magnesium Citrate (always with meals)...or Magnesium Glycinate anytime (without meals is ok for this form).... Here...
  14. Did you wash and cut it yourself? Did you know that celiacs can have additional food tolerances? Watermelon may not be okay for your right now. For example, I had issues with whole corn. It hurt to digest due to my damaged gut, but with healing, I can consume whole corn kernels. I also overcame...
  15. Thank you so much for that! I also thought I was lactose but I got tested and Small doses are fine but if I drink a whole gallon of milk then I get bloated. I think cause I had to continue eating gluten and feel huge from the bloating that is why my stomach hurts and why there is a small...
  16. I didn't realise it at first but much of my bloating after diagnosis was to do with lactose intolerance. When I went onto a gluten free diet I was able to eat hard cheese but began to notice that yoghurt, milk, soft cheese which are high in lactose contributed to it. I continued to eat hard...
  17. This article is pointless. It does not describe how social media is used. The survey is based on people self-reporting that they use social media. It is automatically biased toward people who use social media as they are more likely to fill out the survey. This article literally provides no information...
  18. Get your Vitamin D from the sun! Obtaining it from food sources is possible, but the sun does a much better job. Vitamin D can be low because of where you live or how much sunscreen you wear. I am celiac. Was never low in Vitamin D, but I am in the sun daily for 10 minutes. I wear sunscreen...
  19. No one knows exactly what triggers celiac disease. This article just suggests that more research is needed.
  20. How do you know that your celiac disease is well controlled? Do you get repeat antibodies testing or a repeat endoscopy? Are you basing it on symptoms alone? If you are well controlled, you should be able to absorb vitamins and minerals. If not, you might have an additional illnesses. Having...
  21. Wow! I would report this doctor to the medical board. Not informing you of your tests results is inexcusable. Not to follow up a few months later to see how you are faring is also inexcusable (not to mention that you should have been referred to a Gastroenterologist). Please post your...
  22. Celiac.com 07/14/2020 - Nutrient deficiencies are common in people with celiac disease, and closely tied to many of its physical expressions. Even though these deficiencies are potentially important...
  23. It was totally irresponsible of your doctor not to share your positive celiac disease tests with you last year, and certainly this is even more concerning because you're now pregnant, and having celiac disease and continuing to eat gluten could lead to nutrient deficiencies, something that is critical...
  24. By way of an update. I think when I used Gaviscone and a PPI it caused so much bloating (relieved by burping!) that it was aggravating pain in my back. The days I don't use these meds the bloating is almost non-existent and I feel much better - just a little back pain, except I have burning...
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