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  1. Yes Mcdonalds fries are gluten free if they are cooked in a seperate fryer then the gluten stuff. Every Mcdonalds is different so It does not hurt to ask them when you go in. From experience, depending on the location, and how busy they...
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    Gluten -Free Dedicated Friers

    Personally I won't touch anything that has been cooked in the same fryer as non gluten free stuff. I consider it basically like having a gluten free food with breadcrumbs sprinkled on it. Normally if the fryers are shared its a horrible...
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    Joint/muscle/bone Pain

    I have also been in severe pain which has only gotten worse over the past 5 yrs. I am 30 yrs old and have had bone, muscle and joint pain since the age of 19. I have had the following dx: At age 21-loss of cervical lordosis and muscle spasms...
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    Prenatal Vitamin.......gluten Free?

    So you actually reacted to these vitamins too?? I know that I have never been able to handle oats and I am definatly not willing to try while pregnant. I thought I was doing my body and my baby a favor by getting these expensive whole food...
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    Appendicitis?

    Hello I was DX with celiac in Mar-08, and came down with appendicitis in May 08. It was first detected there was something wrong on an ultrasound and then they did a cat scan to confirm it. The surgeon said you sure don't have the symptoms...
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    Any Celiac(s) From Canada

    Welcome Canadians I am living on Vancouver Island, I am originally from PEI. I have found this website very helpful especially in the beginning. I was diagnosed in Apr 2008, and have been strictly gluten free ever since, couldn't have it...
  7. Hi I just went to this website and did the whole consultation thing. I am so happy they are actually asking for input. Anyone else in Canada should definatly check this out and take the time to put your comments and suggestions in, that...
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    Indigestion

    You could try tums if your simply just having indigestion. But maybe there is some CC that your are not aware of, are you making these foods at home. Or the cheese could be irratating your stomach depending on how sensitive you are to dairy...
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    Rice Dream?

    I agree that it should not be labeled gluten free, I also bought and had to return it after having a reaction, but I am very sensitive. I believe that even the smallest amount of gluten can harm you. I have been drinking Ryza Rice Milk...
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    Cloudy Urine?

    If you have cloudy urine all the time then I would have a urinalysis done, this can mean infection and/or bacteria. Healthy urine is clear and pale yellow. To have cloudy urine once and a while is normal but not all the time.
  11. I also was wondering if there was anything like this available in Canada, it sounds great!! Hopefully if there isn't there will be soon!
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    Testing

    I am sorry, not familiar with the term RCD?
  13. Hi there, It sounds like you are having a lot of issues already, you can find great information at the following website. Click on it, or copy and paste into your browser. Good luck http://www.everydayhealth.com/celiac-disea...eding...
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    Testing

    First of all, eating gluten for 3 days will not cause your tests to come back positive, unfortunately. Depending on how long you have been gluten free will also be a factor in the damage to your villi when the biopsy is done. Your blood...
  15. I took accutane twice, once before I developed celiac, and then after too. I am not sure if I believe that there is a link between the two. It is a possiblity though, my sister also took it and we are the only people in our family that...
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