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MrsBaker

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Hi,

I started having joint pain seven months ago and it was all over my body ( hands,feet, ankles,, wrists, shoulders, neck, back, and other places) and couldn't barely even walk for a couple of months. I went to the doctors where I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism and hashimoto. After a while the pain did not get any better and I went to the joint specialist and he diagnosed me with celiac disease about three weeks ago. I have been eating completely gluten free but still have flare ups. I also have stopped eating nightshades because they would make it worse. But I noticed that have eating dairy, my joints would get worse throughout the day. Is this common to have problems with dairy? Also, is there any natural medications that I can take to relieve my pain and does anyone have some recipe ideas that are gluten, dairy, and nightshade free?

Thanks,

Jess

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For me i must avoid gluten, dairy, and sugar. My joint pain comes back if i have any of those.I have been doing this for 2 years and it has helped me tremendously. Hope you find out all those things that irritate your system so you feel well!

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I was told to avoid dairy when starting out on the gluten free diet. Your body needs to adjust to the changes. I waited a few months after starting my new diet, and can now have it with no problems. BUT, some people find out they are intolerant to dairy also. I take Osteo-Bi Flex every day, my joints started to feel better after about week. I know that's gluten free, dont know about dairy free? Hope you feel better!

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Here's a blogspot for you:

http://celiaccollette.blogspot.com/

You should also try googling gluten, dairy and nightshade free recipes as there are other sites there. I can do dairy so I am no expert on dairy free cooking but the websites you find on google should help. :)

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I did have to give up dairy for about 6 months but then went back to it with out the problems.

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