GFinDC has given you excellent advice. Anxiety is so common with celiac disease and it does get better as you heal. Keep researching celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. Your best defense is knowledge. So educate yourself so you can advocate for your health for the rest of your life.
Ask questions. We are here to help. We have all been in your shoes. That means we can offer common sense advice, but we are not doctors.
We know. We care.
I am thinking like Karen. Maybe it is NOT gluten that is triggering your symptoms. Have you had your antibodies checked recently? It might help to see if gluten is really the culprit.
I was certain I had a gluten exposure a while back. This time, besides, all the usual GI symptoms, I developed autoimmune hives (which lasted for six months). After a month of suffering, I went back to my GI and had my antibodies (for celiac disease) checked and they were of...
Well I had the house wet cleaned... Started staying there again... And got reactions... Again.
I also bought a new duvet, pillows and covers for the bed... So thought everything would be good. But no.
Could I be reacting to the paint used? Something in it? Or is this sneaky dust still lingering, do you guys think?
Going to wet clean again. Get rid of the headboard off the bed. Ennis makes a good point I've been thinking about. We re...
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How long we take to feel better varies a lot. One of the most important things to help that healing is to keep 100% gluten-free. Or as close as we can manage. The immune reaction in celiac can take months to calm down. So any little ingestion of gluten can trigger a months long immune attack.
Depression, anxiety etc are linked to celiac disease. Our bodies don't function well without the critical nutrients they need ...