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Hi everyone! Well, it's been one month since I've been to my doctor and went on hormones. I CAN eat gluten, I've been a little apprehensive to post this.....

It turns out my hormones were so screwy that it was giving me panic - not attacks, but panic syndrome.

I've lost 23 pounds. It was ME who searched the net and found that my symptoms equaled gluten intolerance.

Well, the hormones have helped except I'm still goofy.... well, my glasses broke so I was trying to super glue the frame back together but it was hard because I had to put my left hand on the frame and the right side on my knee to put the super glue in there .... so the glasses got stuck to my knee and you know how when you can't use your hands it makes your nose itch? So my nose started itching so I scratched my nose, but there was super glue on my finger, now there's my finger stuck on my nose and the glasses got stuck to my knee and Lord or Lord, I was a big ol' mess with all that but it all worked out.

I know you all said my doctor doesn't know what he's talking about, but I am better, only I can't take caffeine or sugar anymore.

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Well at least we got you off the sugar and the caffeine Connie. Now if we can just get you off the cheap booze, the roughnecks, the cream puffs, the chawin' terbacky and the glue sniffin' we will have something to celebrate! Lol, just kidding. Congrats on your perseverance with the health search paying off. :D

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If you've found the reason for your symptoms, that is all that matters in the end. :)

I think so many of us here have been through so much where we had to hunt and fight to figure out what's wrong, most of us are just happy to hear that someone else has found the answer for their own health, no matter what that answer is. COngrats - I hope your doc had some good hormone therapy that works really well for you.

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Connie, that's wonderful news. The only sad thing about it is that we'll miss your hillbilly humor around here.

Glad you're feeling better and rid of those awful symptoms, and kudos to your doc who figured it out.

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Glad you figured out what was wrong and happy to hear you are feeling better.

Hopefully you were smarter than I was when I superglued my glasses to my nose after I ran into a cupboard door. When the end of the day came I just ripped them off my face. Yowch!!!

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Thank you for your reply. I have just edited my post to add nausea! Another big symptom.  Did your doctor send you straight for endoscopy with negative blood results? Or do those other blood tests first? 
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