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Lisa

Cd's Over 50yrs.

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I would like to talk to someone my age or around. I am a little frustrated with the message board. I have asked many question and few were answered. Also, I have learned alot just monitoring the sight. That has been invaluable. Seems to be all good people with a common interest.

I would like to correspond with someone (THROUGH E-MAIL) on a one-to-one basis. I think that that would be very helpful to me and vise-versa. If anyone would be willing to correspond to me on that basis, would be wonderful.

I am 50yrs old, have two daughters 21 and 24. Eastern European decent. My youngest has digestive issues that may be related to Celiac.

If anyone has the time and willingness to be a "pen-pal" regarding Celiac, please contact my e-mail address, as registered on the members list, please contact me.

Thank you for your time and hope to hear from some of you. -- Lisa


Lisa

Gluten Free - August 15, 2004

"Not all who wander are lost" - JRR Tolkien

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Hi Lisa,

I'm not over 50, so don't meet your qualifications :) but if you are looking for more one-on-one stuff, you may want to investigate local celiac groups. The folks affiliated with them are generally very helpful, especially for local info, and will talk with you on the phone and answer any questions you have. At least, that has been my experience.

As for posting online, it does take a while to get the hang of. It helps to be very specific in your subject line, and also ask a clear question in the text, so that people have something specific to respond to, and know if they have anything valuable to offer.

Best wishes,

Merika

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Hi LIsa, I sm Way over 50 but would be happy to correspond with you. I have multiple problems, such as chronic fatigue and severe allergies. Also 40 years of trying to get medical help along with homeopathic procedures has given me many experiences but no cure.

Chroic :blink:

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I would like to talk to someone my age or around.  I am a little frustrated with the message board.  I have asked many question and few were answered.  Also, I have learned alot just monitoring the sight.  That has been invaluable.  Seems to be all good people with a common interest.

I get mixed up with this message board. I think I have posted twice. I've also learned alot just reading the threads.

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Hi Lisa,

I will be glad to chat and email with you. I am 55 and have one daughter who married this year and I have my first grandson on the way. :lol:

I believe I have been celiac for years (my entire life probably?). My Mother was celiac, and I just did not want to admit that I was as well. Just in denial and so depressed all those years!

So now I have gone Gluten free. Just one week now.

I will email you soon,

Ellyn

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Hi LIsa, I sm Way over 50 but would be happy to correspond with you.  I have multiple problems, such as chronic fatigue and severe allergies.  Also 40 years of trying to get medical help along with homeopathic procedures has given me many experiences but no cure.

Chroic :blink:

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Saw your response and had to :lol: I do have been struggling for a long time - about 30 + years to get to the cause of multiple health issues. It took 10 years just to find out that I had Type II, Delayed Food Reactions - to a very lenthy list of foods. Though that helped I still had a long way to go. Right now I am only semi-diagnosed - have a serious neurologival disorder that may or may not be primary. I think not. I think when all is said and done it will secondary to Celiac. My fatigue level grew more and more intolerable over the past two years. Recently I added CoQ10 to my supplement list. After just about two months I can say there is a noticeable improvement. I won't run any races but the energy level has definitely improved. You might want to try it. Give it at least two months trial - anything less wouldn't be a fair test for the product. Claire :)

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