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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Thank you. I will look into the things that were suggested. I do have to say that my nausea comes and goes but when it is here it is here for a few days straight at the least. I am now on day 6 with no relief. Go to bed with it and wake up with it. This is my longest bout of it so far. I also am taking zofran and it does help take the edge off but doesnt make me completely functional. I keep telling myself how I know that I new to this and it takes time! But it is just hard when I feel so sick. Also, I did stop soy for a few weeks and didnt notice an improvement. Maybe I need to go off of it for longer. I find the whole food intollerances and figuring out which ones are triggers to be hard to do. I have not ever seen a chiropractor before but who knows! I would do whatever it takes to make me feel even close to normal again. I think I will see a naturopath next.
  2. First I will say thank you for any help and replies! I will try to make this short. I'm 38 female. Was told I had IBS for years. In January, I developed acid reflux. Meds didn't help that much. Had an endoscopy biopsy (out of state as I was gone from home for 2 months) in march and was told I have celiac and "go gluten free and u will feel better!". That was all I was told. In April I went to a Gastro doctor in my home town and I was asked to go on gluten challenge so they could run the blood tests. 3 days of gluten was all I could take. I am to the best of my knowledge gluten free for 3 months. I use my own newly bought cookware, Tupperware etc. I changed all my hair products that contained wheat. I read every label etc. I do not believe I am accidently eating gluten. I am also dairy, corn and oats free. I have been having these bouts of nausea that come and go with a hungry type feeling/pain that is not relieved by anything. Anti nausea meds help but not enough. I have recently had a CT, MRI, ultrasound to see if anything wrong. Everything is fine. All my bloodwork comes back normal. So now to my question: have any of you experienced nausea that seems to come and go for a few days at a time while your body is still healing? I know I am only 3 months gluten free and that it can take months to heal and feel better. But geez! This nausea is the worst. That is my main complaint: nausea. No diarrhea or anything else. Also wanted to mention I am seeing a dietician who is knowledgeable in celiac and she said my diet looks good, just need to get more protein. Thanks in advance for responses!
  3. Hello. I am new to this board. This is my first post. Was diagnosed celiac 3 months ago. Thought I would share this super easy tasty recipe. I box quinoa spaghetti Steamed broccoli A touch of garlic salt Sundried tomatoe & garlic organic vinaigrette (to taste). Brand I have is Organic Life. Cook noodles, steam broccoli, add the flavor and done. Very good and super quick and gluten-free and dairy free. Enjoy .