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I Did My Blood Test Today, Going Out With A Bang..

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Today I did the IGA and TTG blood test.

Been on gluten for 6 months.

So sick.

Figured, today was the last of it. At nearly a pizza, drank beer like wild. In a little bit going for fast food.

Tomorrow is back to the no dairy and gluten. Kind of excited.

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Figured, today was the last of it. At nearly a pizza, drank beer like wild. In a little bit going for fast food.

Blah.

Go home and throw up and you'll be right as rain in the morning. :):P

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Blah.

Go home and throw up and you'll be right as rain in the morning. :):P

I agree its been hell and most times I do want to just vomit it all. I hurt, seriously. I am so ready for tomorrow. But I wanted to load up for the blood test.

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I agree its been hell and most times I do want to just vomit it all. I hurt, seriously. I am so ready for tomorrow. But I wanted to load up for the blood test.

Just keep in mind you could still have a false negative. Go with what your body is telling you if that happens.

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Ugh, gluten, so unpleasant sounding. Get yourself right with a whole foods diet and no processed foods for a while. We are waiting for you on the other side of the bright light. :D

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Ok yesterday was terrible. I was all glutned up to the max. By evening I just felt like a trash can.

Today, finally gluten free. Not much to eat at home today so I ate some tuna and drank water. I then had some tacos made from corn no gluten.

Today also sucked. I know its just day one and I was not expecting much. But I just feel like a trash can, simple way of saying it. Actually I am the trash can that was ransacked by the raccoons.

Just hoping to see some mild resolutions to motivate myself down this road again. But looking forward to it.

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It will probably be a couple weeks before you start to feel much better. The body doesn't stop cranking out anti-bodies on a dime when the gluten is removed. Some pro-biotics and a simple diet with no or little sugar would be a good idea.

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Ugh, gluten, so unpleasant sounding. Get yourself right with a whole foods diet and no processed foods for a while. We are waiting for you on the other side of the bright light. :D

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Ok yesterday was terrible. I was all glutned up to the max. By evening I just felt like a trash can.

Today, finally gluten free. Not much to eat at home today so I ate some tuna and drank water. I then had some tacos made from corn no gluten.

Today also sucked. I know its just day one and I was not expecting much. But I just feel like a trash can, simple way of saying it. Actually I am the trash can that was ransacked by the raccoons.

Just hoping to see some mild resolutions to motivate myself down this road again. But looking forward to it.

It will likely be a while before you are feeling better. 'Going out with a bang' isn't really a good idea but what is done is done. I hope your feeling better soon but you really spiked those antibodies with your gluten feast so it will be a little while before they calm down. You may crave gluten and be a bit moody for a bit but hang tough and don't give in to any cravings or you will basically be back to point one again.

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Figured, today was the last of it. At nearly a pizza, drank beer like wild. In a little bit going for fast food.

Figured you might as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb, didja? Well, they hang you longer for sheeps than lambs :lol: Sorry you are paying the price for your gluten bust. Bet you won't do that again :P

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Well I know its not advised :) and I already had 6 months of gluten eating so I could do the test. I just figured if I was going to do the test I wanted to overload on gluten just so there was no mistake that I injested gluten. So prior to the blood test, yes I had a pizza and a 6 pack and later on some arbys. And it was all disgusting, good tasting but awful feeling. I then had the blood drawn and spent a day with practically just water. I am now on day 2 and I seriously had a moment today where my stomach actually did not hurt. It was kind of pleasant, but now its returned. I know healing is slow. I can hang. Cheers everyone.

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Well I know its not advised :) and I already had 6 months of gluten eating so I could do the test. I just figured if I was going to do the test I wanted to overload on gluten just so there was no mistake that I injested gluten. So prior to the blood test, yes I had a pizza and a 6 pack and later on some arbys. And it was all disgusting, good tasting but awful feeling. I then had the blood drawn and spent a day with practically just water. I am now on day 2 and I seriously had a moment today where my stomach actually did not hurt. It was kind of pleasant, but now its returned. I know healing is slow. I can hang. Cheers everyone.

:ph34r: Shh! Don't tell anyone! This is just between you & me, right? When I got my extra, off the charts positive Celiac blood tests, I had to wait 2 months for the endo. Hub & I did "The Goodbye to Gluten tour". All our favorite and almost favorite restuarants and beers.

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