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Kalynn

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  1. Thanks for the responses, that's exactly what I experience. I thought gerd was just a burning.
  2. Does anyone know if 7-eleven french vanilla is wheat/gluten free?
  3. I eat Progresso chicken and rice soup. I know it's wheat free, but I don't know about the rest. You can check out their website.
  4. I had sebhoria and eczema like crazy prior to eliminating wheat from my diet. It's all gone now. My dermatologist says it has nothing to do with that, but the proof is there. I used to get sores on my head and horrible dandruff. As well as these patches of red dry bumpy skin on my arms, legs and back. I thought I was getting ring worm over and over again. It also affected the pigment in my skin, when the rash would clear up, there would be a white spot in it's place. But, like I said, I haven't had the problem since going wheat free.
  5. After suffering a couple of "anorexic" type bouts, I suddenly began gaining weight and could do nothing to get it off. Then, all of the sudden - bam - I got sick and not matter what or how much I ate, I couldn't stop losing weight. It got really scary. I actually happened upon this site searching for "inability to gain weight". I have been gluten free for about a year and a half (self diagnosed, negative blood tests) and am at my ideal weight. It took a good 6 months to a year to get there, weight wise, but it happened. I have actully read a lot on this board about celiacs having problems with being overweight as well as underweight. Hope this helps.
  6. Does anyone have chest pain as a result of stomach issues? Especially the feeling that there are rocks sitting on the top of your stomach? How about pain in the shoulder?
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