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Wow... So...

I was going to stop TTC starting this month. Thinking this month would turn out like the rest of them with negative results, so we could stop trying for a month or so to heal a bit..But seriously.. after one month on the Gluten Free diet.. Bam....!!!! Positive Pregnancy Test..

If that doesn't say Celiac.. I don't know what will...

So I'm 5 weeks today... And we'll see how this goes. Trying to keep a strict diet of foods I know I'm good with. I'm not trying anything too new at all..Hopefully I can keep this up for 9 months.. Because I don't want it to come back in full force after the baby's born if i eat bad stuff...

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Ooh, congrats! That seems to happen a lot around here when women go off gluten. It makes you wonder how the human race ever made it eating all that wheat. :lol: Be sure to pick up a gluten-free prenatal vitamin. B)

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Congratulations Addis!

News like yours is very encouraging to me! I've been gluten-free since Sept. Didn't get a period in February and had a neg test. Starting to exercise more (not vigorous) and I'm still losing weight. I have always told myself that I would be fairly healthy whenever I do get pregnant. The most I've weighed is 174 and now I'm down to 161. So, it's probably just not time yet.

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Congratulations!!! :D

I am 5 weeks and 2 days today, so we'll be moving along at the same time!

Happy & healthy 9 months to you!

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I hope it is encouraging.. I didn't know how long it would take to heal.. And I was even taking advice from others to wait.. When all the sudden a blaring Positive..

Due Nov. 7th..

You'll definitely have to come over to the justmommies.com forum, November due date 2012.. there is one other mommy that has celiac.. Either or I'll catch you on here!!

BTW- for nausea and morning sickness, so far Udi bread and gluten free ginger snaps are working for me..

Do you have anything your going towards for your morning sickness..??

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