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Mnicole1981

Could It Really Be My Problem?

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I have been gluten free for a month now. I am still having good and bad days, of course, but they are better than they were two months ago.

I am self-diagnosed, because everything came back negative. But if I am getting better, then gluten was my problem, right? This would all be easier if my family just got tested.

My sister has an obvious gluten intolerance. She has hidradenitis supparativa bad on her armpits. My mother has IBS. There are a host of autoimmune diseases in my family.

It feels like it is all in your head when you don't have an official diagnosis or that it is something worse.

I am just feeling weird today.

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You described me exactly. Yesterday, I found out all my results which were.negative. I told my dr..but I feel.better being gluten-free how do you explain that. She said I cant...all my evidence says you do not have.a.gluten issue. I was not.gluten.free until after testing..

I had a.bad day yesterday and today. Im doubting everything. I.feel like I imagined feeling better without gluten. So now there is nothing to do but challenge myself I guess.

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I have been gluten free for about 4 months now. I was not tested, but am allergic to so many other things the doc suggested I try removing gluten from my diet. My 2 year Migraine, and 2 year long sinus infection were gone by the end of the first week! I was not tested, but I KNOW when I've been glutened! I have the big D within 1/2, sometimes followed a few days later by terrible muscle and joint ache, and Brain Fog! I have not accidentally glutened myself for 9 days strait now, and have felt great!

It can ONLY be the Gluten!

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they can say whatever they want with what ever test they want. but I went gluten free and feel better. I do not need a dx to treat myself with a gluten free perscription

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