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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. I know how you feel. I found out on Tuesday that I have Celiac disease. I was so upset. I love good food and I was so upset that I would no longer be able to eat all the foods I love. I told myself that I would start on my diet on Friday. One last Thanksgiving to celebrate my last meal. I ate a lot of food I should not have and I felt so sick. Friday I tried to eat food that would be ok. This morning I was so hungry and I stopped at McDonald's. I know that was my first mistake, but I ordered a Big Breakfast and ate it. I was thinking that I would be ok if I ate the biscuit. About 30 minutes later, I thought I was going to need to go to the hospital. I got a headache, though I was going to vomit, dizziness, sweaty. All of these things have been happening for awhile and I realized that I really can't eat that any more. Luckily, I made it through and learned my lesson. We may have to change our lives, but they will be better ones. Ones where we don't feel bad. Tomorrow I am going to the store and buying things I can eat that won't make me sick.
  3. Hello Everyone, I'm new here. I just found out on Tuesday that my blood test was positive for Celiac disease. I have what I'd call "dulled sensations" on my right side of my body. Arm, leg, torso and even my face all have spots that I cannot feel sensations like I should. I also drag my right leg behind me sometimes, because it is hard to walk. But that comes and goes. I have had 3 MRIs, an EMG (I think that is what it is called), tons of blood work, a muscle test, gone to two neurologists and one spinal cord specialist. All of them said that there was no explaination for my symptoms and that I was "a healthy, young woman." It was only after getting my test results that it could be linked to Celiac. I'm so happy that I'm not crazy.
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