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I talked to my parents earlier today and filled them in on all of my celiac symptoms, the most problematic having to deal with D and running to the bathroom all the time.

My dad said that I should look up a Scrubs episode where they sing a song called "Everything Comes Down to Poo". He siad I would be able to relate since 'poo' has become such a problem lately.

Anywho, it really has nothing to do with Celiac, but some laughter can never hurt and I am sure all of us on here know all about dealing with 'poo' :)

Check it out here.....

and enjoy!!

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I talked to my parents earlier today and filled them in on all of my celiac symptoms, the most problematic having to deal with D and running to the bathroom all the time.

My dad said that I should look up a Scrubs episode where they sing a song called "Everything Comes Down to Poo". He siad I would be able to relate since 'poo' has become such a problem lately.

Anywho, it really has nothing to do with Celiac, but some laughter can never hurt and I am sure all of us on here know all about dealing with 'poo' :)

Check it out here.....

and enjoy!!

Loved the humor! I'll be singing that song next week when I get my Colonoscopy/Endoscopy.

Thanks for sharing it with us

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I wonder if this is how Dr. Fine at Enterolab starts his day, by singing a round of this song.

LOL :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Did anybody see the Scrubs episode that mentioned gluten? I think I've seen at least a bajillion episodes of Scrubs, but I somehow missed that one. I keep hoping there will be a you tube of it one of these days :ph34r::lol:

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