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  1. If you are gluten free and on an Interstitial Cystitis diet, you are not alone. I'm also allergic to soy, dairy, and nuts. Sometimes I want to scream because I miss out on so many good foods. But now that I'm healing and feeling better and better, I realize that a strict adherence to the IC diet...
  2. It's so nice to know that you're not the only one in the world with celiac and Interstitial cystitis! I've been struggling for a long time with both illnesses and I'm finally really moving forward. After awhile I finally got my stomach and gut healed and back on tract, but my IC was horrible! The...
  3. Help! I've been gluten free for a year (except for when I accidently eat some). My bladder symptoms have only gotten worse, not better. I'm eating a very restricted diet. My intestines are doing well, I'm gaining weight, and my immune system is really strong, but I'm still having huge problems...
  4. I have all the same issues. I found that there were other foods I needed to eliminate from my diet. I eliminated soy, nuts, and dairy from my diet and now I'm gaining weight, my bowels are normal, I don't have gas or bloating any more. Acidophylus and ground flax seeds have been really helpful...
  5. Hey Robin, I'm not exactly how to use this site. I'm new as well. Even if your tests are negative for celiac you can still be gluten intolerant. All my tests came back negative but I eliminated gluten from my diet and I feel a lot better. I started eating more soy and nuts when I eliminated...
  6. I just did a search on the internet and found this wonderful link. I'm so excited to see there are other people that can relate to what I'm going through! I can't eat gluten, dairy, soy, and milk. I had a colonoscopy and endoscopy that came up negative as well. But tests aren't always...