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  1. Mine was removed when I was 16. The doctor also said that I had cysts on my ovaries and that part of one was removed. Years later a doctor told me that my ovary had never had surgery on it. I still have the same pain now, after eating gluten, that I had all of those years ago. I was diagnosed with Celiac 38 years later!
  2. Yes, I can to relate to having the pills stashed everyplace. I found out the Gas-X contained gluten, after every doctor that I went to telling me to take those things. Mustang-Has the doctor checked you for colitis? I passed alot of mucous before going on the gluten-free diet, but also had chronic diarreha that didn't go away. I found out that I had microscopic colitis that is much better now. I still have the gas and bloating problem, sometimes it doesn't matter what I eat. Feel better soon!
  3. I guess that I will add my comments to this rather strange discussion. I became completely obsessed with my poop, after trying to find out what was wrong with me, and answering the questions on the forms of the many doctors that I visited. I have gone through various color changes, but mostly diarrhea, several times a day. I also passed large amounts of mucous until I had been on the gluten-free diet for about a year. I still have days of diarreha, and it is a joke at work to stay out of my way after I eat lunch. My co-workers actually send me upstairs to a bathroom that is located far away!
  4. I subscribed the the Celiac Smart Food list from Clan Thompson and it states the following: Aunt Jemima Syrups contain Barley and Log Cabin-Country is Gluten-Free, but the Log Cabin lite and sugar free are not gluten-free. I use to get very sick on Aunt Jemima, so I started using pure Maple syrup, but at $10.00 a bottle it is very expensive to use for the entire family.
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