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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. I feel so much better. I noticed a difference in 4 days. But I'm still having issues. I feel like I am eating gluten somewhere and I cant figure out where.... either that or my body is still recovering. Going gluten-free is hard work but I feel like this can only get better. I'm still dreaming of bread though... lol... and for some reason having sleeping problems. I know this is a great place to come when you don't know anyone else who is going through this. I mostly just read through what everyone else has to say. It's crazy because just a couple of days ago I was scared of all of this and now I can actually see and feel the difference. I think my other half can tell, too. Everyday he would hear about something not going right and now he can tell that I've been feeling better. And one more thing, why in the hell is the food so expensive?!?! That can't be legal to sell a loaf of bread for almost $10. and the problem is that I miss bread that much!! Thanks for your thoughts~ Megan
  3. I have only been doing this for a week, and I found myself dreaming about bread! My other half isn't gluten-free so sometimes I have a hard time watching him eat because I'll be sitting there eating carrots and apples and he's having Mexican food. This is hard, but our health has to come first. When I think about fast food I think about all the pain I used to be in... It passes fairly quickly. Missing French Bread, Megan
  4. So its been a week and everything is going better then I thought it would go. I was scared that this wouldn't be the answer but it seems to be it. I feel better already. And yes I would love some more info from anyone who has been doing this longer than me!!!
  5. I have been suffering from digestion problems for four years. I hate to be so dramatic, but I have never been so sure about something in my whole life. I heard about celiac disease from that chick on the View and checked it out. My mother has thyroid disease and ulcertive colitis(sp?). I dont really know if thats connected or not but it sounded like it could be. This whole this is just kinda overwhelming. I have been dealing with this for a while now, and I'm only 23. Im scared that this isn't going to be what is wrong with me. But its the closest I have ever been to believing that I just might have found something. I have tried everything else.... A GI doctor at Vanderbilt told me that I just had IBS and that I'd be fine. I believed him until the meds for IBS made me even sicker than I already was. That was when I still had medical insurance. Now, I couldn't afford the tests it takes to prove that I have this disease. So, with much thought and disgussion, I decided to go ahead and try not eating gluten for awhile. If anyone has any advice please let me know. I just found out about this two days ago. I believe it to be a godsend. I had feared that I would forever be in pain and now I feel like there's hope. ~Megan
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