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can you not have dairy, gluten, or fructose?

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i cant have either of these and im just wondering if others experience the same thing. is it possible to not be able to have all of this? i am going a bit crazy because it does not seem right to me. iv been gluten free for 6 yrs dairy for 2 months and fructose for 3 weeks and it has helped alot. i havent been sick. after going gluten free my symptoms a vomiting and diarrhea cleared up compleatly until  5 months ago.

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Ohh yes. When you go gluten free you are not actually treating the celiac disease. Look up candida and leaky gut. When we have damaged guts we have to remove other factors like sugar which feeds bad bacteria. When celiac is left untreated it can develop further problems. I can't eat gluten, all grains, dairy, sugar, yeast etc. And I'm improving alot. Only got diagnosed and fell seriously ill this Christmas.

 

Katie 

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56 minutes ago, Katie.j.m said:

Ohh yes. When you go gluten free you are not actually treating the celiac disease. Look up candida and leaky gut. When we have damaged guts we have to remove other factors like sugar which feeds bad bacteria. When celiac is left untreated it can develop further problems. I can't eat gluten, all grains, dairy, sugar, yeast etc. And I'm improving alot. Only got diagnosed and fell seriously ill this Christmas.

 

Katie 

The only way to treat Celiac disease is by going gluten free.

anyway, back to the OP -  it is possible to also have a lactose intolerance and or a FODMAPS issue with Celiac.  It's also possible some gluten is creeping in somewhere.  Have you had your antibodies re- tested?

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1 hour ago, kareng said:

The only way to treat Celiac disease is by going gluten free.

anyway, back to the OP -  it is possible to also have a lactose intolerance and or a FODMAPS issue with Celiac.  It's also possible some gluten is creeping in somewhere.  Have you had your antibodies re- tested?

You obviously didn't properly read what i said.

Of course you must remove gluten to treat celiac. But to heal up your intestines/gut you must remove other things etc. I get ill from sugar after a certain amount of time because your body cannot cope and it feeds the bad bacteria in your gut. Because your gut is damaged it cannot cope. I have to have probiotics,digestive enzymes etc to restore my health. Honestly look up how to heal the damage that celiac has done. Removing gluten on its own isn't going to help heal your intestines it just removes the cause/irritant . Think about it and look it up. 

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3 hours ago, Katie.j.m said:

You obviously didn't properly read what i said.

Of course you must remove gluten to treat celiac. But to heal up your intestines/gut you must remove other things etc. I get ill from sugar after a certain amount of time because your body cannot cope and it feeds the bad bacteria in your gut. Because your gut is damaged it cannot cope. I have to have probiotics,digestive enzymes etc to restore my health. Honestly look up how to heal the damage that celiac has done. Removing gluten on its own isn't going to help heal your intestines it just removes the cause/irritant . Think about it and look it up. 

The OP has been gluten-free for 6 years and doing well.  Now this new developement.  Not quite the same  thing. She is either getting some sneaky gluten somewhere or something else has popped up.

 

As for myself and many Celiacs I know, we didn't need to  give up multiple foods to heal the Celiac damage.  Often, people need to give up dairy temporarily, because the part of the intestine that is damaged is the part that helps you digest lactose in milk.

 

Some people may have other issues or benefit from a simpler, easier to digest diet for a while.  Some people seem to benefit from probiotics to get things back to a normal good bacteria level.

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I suspected that I got glutened last July (2015) just prior to a vacation to my parent's house.  My symptoms though were very different from when I had been diagnosed two years earlier (which was basically only anemia).  With this new "glutening" I was vomiting, abdominal pain, rashes, hives, itching, etc.  Six weeks later, I visited my GI.  He suspected SIBO, but I asked for a celiac panel.  Sure enough, my antibodies were sky high and I still have NO idea as to what even glutened me!  I suspect two items (ones that my hubby does not ever consume) but I'll never really know (I am not even going to test them…..)

Best bet is to get another celiac antibodies panel.   At least you can rule out gluten as a cause of your recent issues.  

Good Luck!  

 

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5 hours ago, Katie.j.m said:

You obviously didn't properly read what i said.

Of course you must remove gluten to treat celiac. But to heal up your intestines/gut you must remove other things etc. I get ill from sugar after a certain amount of time because your body cannot cope and it feeds the bad bacteria in your gut. Because your gut is damaged it cannot cope. I have to have probiotics,digestive enzymes etc to restore my health. Honestly look up how to heal the damage that celiac has done. Removing gluten on its own isn't going to help heal your intestines it just removes the cause/irritant . Think about it and look it up. 

Katie,

I would recommend a celiac antibodies follow-test to see how you are progressing.  I have many allergies and food intolerances too.  Most have resolved since going gluten free three years ago.  Some intolerances (e.g. garlic) have never resolved (am bummed about that!)  

Celiac Disease is not consistent in terms of symptoms and healing times.  It's no wonder that so many people are not diagnosed!  I think most folks here on this forum take over a year to heal.  That's something that most doctors do not tell you.  

I wish you well!  

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