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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Hi Lisa, Thank you for the nice welcome. I have already returned to a gluten free diet due to awful cramping and pain. At least I already know what to do and how to do it I cant beleive this was only one days worth of eating gluten and I got such a terrible result. Its nice to know there are others that understand. Noelle
  3. Thank you so much for your reply. This really helps to know that someone else knows what Im talking about. I think I know the answer to my questions after typing them out on here. I think you are right about staying gluten free for at least the rest of my pregnancy. Thank you for your sincerity and caring. I will take the advice seriously Noelle
  4. Hi, I am new to this discussion group. I have been gluten free for about eight months. I did the standard hospital blood test for celiac but it came back low. I think it was an 8 that I scored on the test, however I couldnt get through eating wheat everyday for more than 3 weeks. So my very kind and understanding doctor said there was too much going on and I should stay gluten free. Well since then Ive wanted to challenge the test but I have symptom questions. Has anyone thats gone back on gluten noticed an empty stomach feeling after eating it? This seems to be the case everytime Ive tried to eat wheat. It doesnt matter how much of a food item I eat it never seems to register as full. Besides this weird symptom I have experienced terrible constipation with or without gluten. Ive had low potassium, low blood pressure, candida albicans(yeast), very low energy drive and dairy intolerance usually resulting in eczema. I was alos on the SCD diet for the eight months that I was gluten free and I did much better. To complicate things even more im having my fourth baby in June, so im not even sure the test is applicable at this point. Just wondering if I should re test, or if these symptoms match anyone else's experience. I really appreciate any opinions or help Noelle
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