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  1. For all of us in the UK who want to visit Disneyland in Florida, anyone been recently and eaten gluten-free there??
  2. Try clicking on this if you're thinking of travelling to the UK A click on gluten-free map of Ireland and the UK
  3. Asp

    Up until i was about 13 years old i had really bad dreams/nightmares. I went to the hospital for them they got so bad. My sister who has the same coeliac symptoms as myself but hasn't been diagnosed yet (unlike myself) has suffered for years from ASP or sleep paralysis where her body shuts itself off but her mind dreams of really strange (and mostly evil) things. I wondered if sleep disorders like this were common to Coeliacs. Anyone else suffer from this phenomenon? http://www.dreamsnightmares.com/sleepparalysis.html
  4. Hi, when you say you doctor wants you to go on a coeliac diet do you mean a gluten free one? If so you'll probably find (if you ARE a coeliac) that you'll gain weight. Most coeliacs, once they are gluten free for about 2 months start getting their energy back and absorbing more nutrients from their food. Good luck with your diagnosis, my sister is having the same problems, she shows all the symptoms of my mother and I (we're both diagnosed) but she seems to come up neg on the biopsies, then we found out she naturally cuts gluten out of her diet by not eating bread or pasta etc.
  5. Was it made clear at the voting stage that all the precious information accumulated on here would be lost? I certainly hope there is a way of archiving all the old stuff, it was a lifeline for me in my early diagnosis and pre diagnosis days. Good luck with this new board.
  6. The Charity Coeliac Awareness in the UK is currently compiling and updating a click on map of the UK and Southern Ireland for Coeliac/DH travellers from around the world. Here is the url http://www.glutenfreedirectory.org.uk