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  1. Azgirl, Thanks! I'll remember not to buy the Walmart ones. Thankfully our small town has a costco that sells the ocean spray ones in bulk.
  2. I eat craisins a lot. How did the wheat get onto the craisins?
  3. Thank you so much ravenwoodglass. I am afraid of that rebound effect, so I will discuss tapering off. I really resisted taking them, but after weeks of sleeping sitting up on the couch and not getting sleep and waking in the middle of the night I felt pretty desperate. Since I have been on the...
  4. Thanks so much for the tips! I may just have to check out the Enterolab tests. Everytime I think I have it figured out, I get rid of something else in my diet. I have been dairy free for a few weeks and I'll see how that goes. It is hard to tell now because I had to go for the proton pump inhibitor...
  5. Thanks for the reply. I am hoping to get off the proton pump inhibitors soon as I feel that they affect my nutrient absorbption and tend to make me feel a bit icky at times. I have to admit though that they are a Godsend for ulcers because I was not sleeping and barely eating before I went on them...
  6. Thank you so much for your reply! I was starting to think I was crazy. I think I have been very good about being gluten free. I have in the last few weeks gone dairy free. I also have a problem eating most nightshades as well (For now I have kept potatoes in my diet, but I am thinking of eliminating...
  7. Hi all, I am wondering if anyone has had a problem with ulcers. I get cankersores regularly, and I know these can be a sign of celiac disease, but I have recurring duodenal ulcers. All the literature out there says that duodenal ulcers are likely caused by heliobacter pilori bacteria (I have...
  8. Thank you for your reply here, it makes me feel much better. I try not to feel sorry for myself because I know my husband doesn't want to hear about it all of the time, but it is so hard. When I am glutened I feel so sick and weak that I can't take care of the house or the kids the way I normally...