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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Hmmm Weepy Eyes To! Really? Is There No End To This!?

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[b]21st April [/b]- So then, let me add weepy eyes to my seemingly neverending list of symptoms - previously endured with barely a second thought! - everything it seems, can be linked back to gluten. I look terrible the dark circles under my eyes seem to be darker than ever, although headache and heartburn not as bad. But head fog back cant keep simple things in my head and keep losing what im saying in conversation.
Im going to go visit the Dr's this week to get checked out for Diabetes (due to my increasing thirst) and see if they will cast an eye on the baba - (see below)
Today turned out not to be too bad have managed to keep home based, ODS seems to have had a miraculous recovery from the threatening claw of Chickenpox (although Im sure he will get it from the YDS) and has played nicely today we have even managed 2 poops on the big boy potty (and thank god - what ever he had is now on its way out ewwww). YDS however in 2 hours managed to fill (sorry for the poop talk btw) 4 nappies, the last with a lot of yellow mucousy gloop...Which led me onto my t'internet searches today ... Can gluten pass through breastmilk and cause reactions like gloopy poo - well it turns out yes it can but I have emailed abs to be sure - now I dont know what to do if it carries on - Im currently eating gluten (eewwwww) and will continue for the next 3 weeks for the endoscopy - so do i continue to eat it past the 3 weeks dispite how it makes me feel as the baby may develop the ability to deal with it eventually or do I need to cut it out ? and if I need to cut it out is it dangerous to continue for the next 3 weeks? .... my other dilema is that it may have been the milk I had on the glutonous cereal this morning so not really sure which set him off (although Im not sure the milk would have reached my breast supply for such a reaction and on reflection it has been 4 days since the reintroduction of gluten which would make more sense)...or am i making this whole thing far more complicated than it is :-/

im just killing some time with a sleepy baby on my knee looking for more symptoms and low and behold another one ... my average temperature is 97.59 (I know this because I used a computer programme to monitor my cycles when I was trying to get pregnant and have just logged back on to get it) ... Im always cold - I have 2 hotwater bottles in work and a foot cosy under my desk - Is there nothing that going gluten free wont help?! - Im so looking forward to my non surgerical total body overhaul in a few weeks!!!
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