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  1. After I was diagnosed I had a gluten reaction after eating eating gluten free bread. I knew it was gluten-free because I made it myself. It turns out that I am highly allergic to yeast, both brewers and bakers. So, nothing that contains yeast for me. As for other comments about a thiamine...
  2. I always had low B-12 on blood work and was diagnosed with B-12 anemia on multiple occasions. After heavy supplementation after diagnosis the levels improved, but not to where the doctor thought they should be. Genetic testing showed a genetic mutation that leads to low B-12.
  3. Same here. I vomit within 30 minutes of ingesting any gluten and also have the chills and sweat profusely. My daughter in law gets a migraine within 30 minutes.
  4. You could also have other food allergies or sensitivities. After being really vigilant for a year one Thanksgiving I felt like I did before going gluten-free. The doctor had me come in the next day for blood work. It turned out that my first gluten free Thanksgiving extravaganza was just poison...
  5. I see that you were newly diagnosed. Have you been tested for nutrient deficiencies? I had chronic constipation for years resulting in assaults to my rear. Once the nutrient deficiencies were identified and I was put on large doses of magnesium and antioxidants, including Vitamin C, the constipation...
  6. I have been glutened 3 times in the past 5 years, all on cruise ships. In each case I was assured it was my gluten-free meal, even after questioning the waiters. In all 3 cases I barely made it back to the cabin before projectile vomiting and explosive diarrhea started. The last episode, in early...
  7. You will probably get nowhere with the gastro regarding the other tests for food allergies and sensitivies and the epigenetic testing. You will need to find a good functional medicine practitioner for that. Many of my symptoms from the food intolerances were the same as before I went gluten...
  8. So glad you found out. It only took me 54 years to get a diagnosis and the reason I initially saw the doctor was for an orthopedic problem. After a thorough physical he said that was the least of my problems and he was 99% sure I had a gluten problem. He sent me straight to the lab. The results...
  9. Mine lasted months. I got relief when my doctor suggested a 5 day water fast. At the end of the time, all my aches and pains were gone. He said it was because it might not just be gluten causing the inflammation. So, giving your body a rest from all inflammatory food helps it to heal. I have...
  10. I am so sorry you are dealing with this. Sounds like my story about 11 month after going gluten-free/CF back in 2007. I was feeling great until Thanksgiving rolled around. As I prepped the gluten-free Thanksgiving dinner the day before the holiday, I was of course tasting everything to make sure...
  11. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!