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    Information/knowledge/media junky<br />Celiac diagnosed June 2006<br />Wheat allergy (suspected, self diagnosed)<br />Sleep Apnea (severe. successfully treated via BiPAP machine)<br />Restless Leg Syndrome<br />Gout (under control)
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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Misery loves company 8^) I'm still recovering, and suspect it'll be a week+ before I'm 'normal' - normal being a very fluid situation recently! Let's just call it an upward trend... Quick recap of symptoms from the attack: Extraordinary pain - in retrospect I realize that it's been very, very common (to a much lower frequency) for 13+ years (one tends to get used to these things... at least I did!). And I have had brief (hour or two) acute episodes. What made this last one noteworthy was the 30+ hours of pain that continually got worse (until, as above, it shut off). Impair
  3. Hey NicoleAJ - is that a Smooth Collie? Looks awfully similar to my pal Woody! On to my post... I just wanted to say that I found this post extremely helpful! I was diagnosed in June of '06 and have been trying my damnedest to stay gluten free. As you all know, the learning curve can be steep. About 1-2 months ago I cut anything with "flavorings" or "natural flavorings" out of my diet for the first time, and have restricted myself to very safe, known items (a short list A few weeks ago I ate some cheese (Jewel brand Pepperjack) and had a mild reaction - slightly itchy and I got th
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