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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Just Cant Help Myself....

    No, I haven't notme! I will have a look now thanks :0)
  2. Just Cant Help Myself....

    Thank you everyone, for the kick up the backside that I needed..... notme! I have been tested several times for celiac by my DR. I was positive, then I wasn't, was, and then finally wasn't!!! My DR was very blasé about the whole thing to be honest and has now given up with me and put it down to IBS I was never told to continue eating gluten throughout my tests and only learnt this from forums that I joined so the whole process (in my eyes) was pretty hit and miss. I was seen by a specialist before I saw my DR and he said I did not have celiac but I was gluten/wheat intolerant. This was 3 years ago and my symptoms are getting more obvious and with more severe symptoms. I'm an idiot I know.....
  3. Hello everyone, I am not celiac but I am gluten wheat intolerant. I know that my condition is nowhere near as serious as anyone on here with Celiac, but I am still struggling with the whole gluten free diet thing...... I know what to do and how to do it BUT its almost like I'm self harming because any opportunity I get, I'm shovelling in the gluten filled foods faster that I can stop myself then go on a huge downer because ive been so stupid and end up feeling ill and unable to work... If I do continue to do this to myself what could happen to me? I know its pretty life threatening, or it can be, for a celiac to eat gluten but it cant be that bad for me? Right???