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Oy...felt like I got glutened yesterday evening...not sure from what, possibly from work. It got really busy, I was the only server, bringing out food, clearing tables, spilled beer, etc. Probably pretty likely. Still feeling the effects this morning, the muscular pain in my pelvic area is pretty intense. Had a Vega shake but now feel nauseous. Very tired and just "down", especially because I have to go train people at the gym...VERY hard to do when I'm feeling like this...I'm very careful when I'm getting the weights and putting them back for my clients, but it's inevitable that I'm going to be using my core/pelvic muscles. I think I might be a bit constipated today, too, which doesn't usually happen, but is not helping with the ouch factor.

I'll get through it, I always do, just wanted to complain/vent a bit, I guess.

Also, went to buy gluten-free dog food yesterday, got it home and realized it was WHEAT free, but not GLUTEN free...frustrating! So hopefully I can return it and find something else.

And one last thing....I haven't had a day off in a couple weeks, and today was supposed to be my Friday...I've booked a 90min massage for tomorrow (YES!), but when I looked at the bar schedule yesterday, they put me on for a short shift at 430! It's not a long shift and I need the money, but I also need some time off :P Oh well. At least I still can go to the massage. It's not going to be relaxing, I am ridiculously tense, but it should help a great deal.

Okay...thanks for letting me ramble on LOL It's not so bad, it will get better, I am strong ;)

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Sorry your feeling so lousy. Can you wear food service gloves at work to help prevent any possible CC? If the Vega shake is making you feel queasy you might want to do a smoothie of some kind for a while instead. I hope you can get some much deserved rest this weekend.

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Six months ago, I was offered a position in a bakery. I didn't take it because I had just started work somewhere else, but I can't imagine how junky I would have felt, breathing in flour constantly. I think there are just some jobs that are more hazardous with a food allergy/intolerance. Feel better!

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Oy...felt like I got glutened yesterday evening...not sure from what, possibly from work. It got really busy, I was the only server, bringing out food, clearing tables, spilled beer, etc. Probably pretty likely. Still feeling the effects this morning, the muscular pain in my pelvic area is pretty intense. Had a Vega shake but now feel nauseous. Very tired and just "down", especially because I have to go train people at the gym...VERY hard to do when I'm feeling like this...I'm very careful when I'm getting the weights and putting them back for my clients, but it's inevitable that I'm going to be using my core/pelvic muscles. I think I might be a bit constipated today, too, which doesn't usually happen, but is not helping with the ouch factor.

I'll get through it, I always do, just wanted to complain/vent a bit, I guess.

Also, went to buy gluten-free dog food yesterday, got it home and realized it was WHEAT free, but not GLUTEN free...frustrating! So hopefully I can return it and find something else.

And one last thing....I haven't had a day off in a couple weeks, and today was supposed to be my Friday...I've booked a 90min massage for tomorrow (YES!), but when I looked at the bar schedule yesterday, they put me on for a short shift at 430! It's not a long shift and I need the money, but I also need some time off :P Oh well. At least I still can go to the massage. It's not going to be relaxing, I am ridiculously tense, but it should help a great deal.

Okay...thanks for letting me ramble on LOL It's not so bad, it will get better, I am strong ;)

Hi Hon,

I've been really scarse on here... mainly because I don't feel like I have any advise at the moment. I'm in a "I don't care" kind of phase at the moment, not about being gluten free, just about life! So even going online is hard work. :) Shocking hey?!

Sorry you aren't doing well. I'm not doing much better myself, although I am excited, I've found a nutritionalist who works in conjunction with a homeopathic doctor, and I'm going to their practice on the 4th of April. I've started filling in her very long and extensive form. It's been rather helpful actually and interesting to get my file from my gp. I've realized though, the more that I've gotten into my gluten free diet, that I'm actually still getting quite a bit of gluten in, in things I haven't been checking. So getting some professional advise on my diet is going to be super helpful.

We have an 18 year old whose been living on the street since coming out of the orphanage (6 months ago) staying with us for a couple of months. So I've had to really get creative with my cooking. Yesterday I made myself gluten free pizza bases and them ordinary, but didn't think of changing the sheets that I baked them on. And the other day I made spaghetti bolognese, made myself rice noodles and them ordinary pasta, but checked the pasta the way I normally do, by biting into it to check if it's cooked. :( So much still to change. It'll be easier when it's just my husband and I, cause he'll eat the same as me, but it's a bit expensive buying gluten free products for three people, and this boy has enough to now get used to, without his diet being 'weird'. We normally eat very healthily, lots of vegetarian, raw food and fish, but have had to 'relax' a bit with a youngster around.

Anyway, I'm carrying on with not much point. Basically, just keep at it. Keep learning, keep changing what needs to change, keep trying... it's going to get easier and easier. And eventually it'll be normal for you (and for me).

Enjoy the massage! Trusting your work schedule and money matters sort themselves out soon, so that you can priorities rest and your personal well being.

xxx

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Here's a list of gluten free dog foods. I do the same thing, so I know the feeling. Hang in there. Working in restaurants is tough, especially when you are gluten free. It's why I've avoided going back to waitressing for a second job.

http://dogtorj.Lame Advertisement/id39.html (scroll way down through his sermon -- at the bottom are the suggestions)

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