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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Grey, I have to reiterate this. It can take a long, long time to recover from this frustrating illness. It took me about 6 months before I started to feel "more" normal, and about...
  3. Brian, Yes, I took them together and decided "I don't know what it is but I'm not comfortable." lol Today I began digestive enzymes and I have ordered a probiotic. I appreciate...
  4. I am a recovering celiac, 7 months gluten-free and still healing. I have great days (finally, yeah!) but I definitely still have a good number of crappy days. GI symptoms are gone...
  5. Could also be the caffeine - I know a couple celiacs who can't take caffeine in any form b/c it irritates their stomach. This probably isn't true for most but just a thought.
  6. Just getting a burger pattie at McDonalds is very dangerous b/c the grill itself can be cross-contaminated. There is just too much gluten flying around in that place! Also, as posted...
  7. Joni, welcome! Just a response on the "how long does it take to regulate" question. As our Celiac veteran Lisa stated, it can take any varied amount of time. I have found, and...
  8. Allyson, Again, welcome! In your initial post you commented that you are still fatigued. I have found, and have read posts and replies from other people who have found, that fatigue...
  9. Aye, it's torture. But I guess self-control is good for the soul. (Not that that's a huge comfort when you're drooling over delicious pizza, but you know what I mean). Hang in...
  10. I am moved by the bravery so many people have demonstrating in surviving such terrible ordeals with positive attitudes. Celiac disease is a terrible thing, but for those of us who...
  11. Many who visit this site are in the maelstrom of celiac suffering. Those of us who have gone through it know there is nothing worse - it seems to attack not only your body, but...
  12. Celiac disease is a long-term illness that requires long-term healing. If you just went off gluten 2 months ago your body is probably still in quite a tizzy, and even more sensitive...
  13. It's really hard to face, and difficult to do. But as the previous poster commented, you don't want to wait until it is too late. I was healthy for years, and then *bam*- I was...
  14. Hold out Daisy. Gluten causes your immune system to do crazy things to your body chemistry and brain - emotional distress is definitely a symptom. Just have patience and strength...
  15. I also find that going gluten-free has helped me get sick a lot less ; and when a real cold does take hold it seems to be defeated much faster. Celiac's can manifest itself in...
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