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Rolled Oats: Could They Be Causing Me Trouble.

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Hello Fellow Celiacers.

 

I was diagnosed 10 years ago, and its been fairly good since. About 2 years ago I tought myself to eat oats (Oatmeal) for breakfast. Never used to. gross..lol  Now I have been really suffereing bad with aches, pain, severe neck stiffness and headaches, migraines, stiffness and now hair loss and breakage.  I am also under a great deal of stress but I have always have been, but being in such cronic pain all the time...having NO energy all the time will make one stressed. Saw a naturapath Doc yesterday and she suspects the oats I eat every single day but I was always told Oats were fine.  Mine are Wheat free...

No one can seem to get a handle on whats wrong.  I am miserable :(

 

Any ideas. 


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Even in this forum some people have a hard time with gluten-free oats. Have you had your vitamin levels checked? Just curious I was suffering from, no energy, hair loss, mouth sores, Nails coming loose, and low and behold it was Folate , Folic Acid. It's a B vitamin. Just saying you might want to get your vitamin levels checked. 


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Thanks.  Yes I take many Vit B. I take so many suppliments everyday.  I am not seeing any difference in my hair, I posted another question about it. I work in a pharmacy and handle hundreds of pills daily.  So many I am being contaminated and dont know it.  I am getting a foods IgG test gone on the 18th of Aug and a DHEA test on the 10th.  Been so off for awhile and I am ready to be heathly again. Just cant seem to pin down whats wrong with me.

 

Thanks for the feedback.

REBECCA


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The celiac Disease Foundation just did an article on the reasons why some celiacs have problems with even glutyen free oats. It has to do with a protein in them that is very similar to wheat. I will try to find it and post it. It was on my fb so will have to look back a few days worth.

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Would we have our celiac bloodwork affected for eating oats if we happen to be one of the people affected by eating even gluten-free oats? 

I can't say definitively because I haven't read it in any medical references but I'm going to venture it could be possible BUT that would depend on how much & how long one had been eating them AND only if you're one of those who has an actual T cell reaction to the cert. gluten-free oats. 


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I eat certified gluten-free oats almost everyday for breakfast and I feel fine from it. I would die if I had to stop eating oats seeing as I can't have bread ( I don't like any gluten-free breads). I need substance and some good simple carbs at breakfast or I don't feel good at all. I just worry now if eating them will keep my numbers up should I get tested again. I was just diagnosed ( after being undiagnosed a few years ago after biopsy) and my number was 250. I was told my doc has never seen s number this high. I only ate gluten for about 5 weeks in order to get the blood test again but have been eating 90% gluten-free since my "undisgnosis" a few years back. 

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Have you ever heard the old saying, "Don't borrow trouble"? Don't borrow trouble. If you're eating them & you feel fine then go ahead & keep enjoying them. I don't think your high number was from the oats alone. You did say you were eating 90%. That 10% is what got you. That along with your 5 weeks of gluten gluttoning gave you your numbers. Unless you're having reactions then the oats won't hurt you & you would know if you were having reactions so don't worry, be happy & eat your oats.:)


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Hello Fellow Celiacers.

 

I was diagnosed 10 years ago, and its been fairly good since. About 2 years ago I tought myself to eat oats (Oatmeal) for breakfast. Never used to. gross..lol  Now I have been really suffereing bad with aches, pain, severe neck stiffness and headaches, migraines, stiffness and now hair loss and breakage.  I am also under a great deal of stress but I have always have been, but being in such cronic pain all the time...having NO energy all the time will make one stressed. Saw a naturapath Doc yesterday and she suspects the oats I eat every single day but I was always told Oats were fine.  Mine are Wheat free...

No one can seem to get a handle on whats wrong.  I am miserable :(

 

Any ideas. 

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