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About MirzahT

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  1. I know the feeling. my cousin tried to get me to eat oreos because to quote "If you only eat a little bit you won't get sick" "Yummm these oreos are SOOOOOO good." " Haha you can't have any" lets just say there was some blood shed over that. ( not litrally but we were both prety steemed)
  2. I know this was posted a while ago but i really have to say that im sorry people feel the need to act like that. any person that treats you like that does NOT deserve to be your "friend". my advice is to find some new friends, friends who really care about you and believe you about having celiac. i wish you the best of luck. -Ceara.
  3. Yes it is from going gluten free, it should go away soon but somtimes it can take up to six weeks to start feeling normal-ish when i went off gluten i went through major withdrawl. just spend your days in bed and dont try to do much for about a week. sleep alot, and remember THIS TOO WILL PASS