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I'm in my late 20's; Diagnosed with Celiac Disease,Insulin Resistance,Autoimmune Thyroiditis (Hashimotos Disease), Dysautonomia,Fibromyalgia,"Irritible Bowel",GERD,ADD/ADHD,Generalized Anxiety Disorder,TMJD,Sensory Processing Disorder, Restless Leg Syndrome

Had positive response on gluten free diet (prior to diagnosis)

Family history of autoimmune problems, including thyroid and celiac.

Any other questions, feel free to ask. I don't bite ;-)

  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Another auto-immuner here (at the risk of sounding... complainish - autoimmune diseases suck!) I have Hashimotos Thyroiditis, Celiac Disease, Fibromyalgia.. I also have type II diabetes
  3. So much has gone on over the last several weeks. I've been busy, tired, and overwhelmed. Um, did I mentioned TIRED ?! I really need to work on the whole sleep thing. I notice that when I take my sleep meds (prescribed) that I feel better the next day. I do not ache as bad, I have more energy...
  4. How interesting.... I haven't been feeling well today, had major GI problems and I got the red bumpy rash and I was wondering if I was somehow glutened, and then I came across this post and ironically I had what I thought was gluten free pizza (but... it had garlic powder on it)
  5. I have been gluten free for a week. I was seriously torn with going gluten free, because I hadn't had a conclusive diagnosis that requires me to be off gluten. I was worried about feeling deprived, about feeling left out, about feeling.... uncomfortable with changing everything Yet, I am dumfounded...
  6. So, I have been so hesitantabout going gluten free. I joined this forum a while ago, and have a plethora of diagnoses which include Diabetes II,Hashimotos,IBS,GERD,Dysphagia,Restless Leg Syndrome, ADD/ADHD, and the list goes on; I have tested positive for food sensitivity to Whole Milk, Egg, Wheat...
  7. I ordered a home IgG food Intolerance kit from a medical/home-health supplier, and I was shocked at the results (and suggest anyone getting one! If I could I'd get the one that tested for more intolerances, but it was too $$$) Anyway, the test was for 21 foods - Gluten, Wheat (excluding Gluten),...
  8. Hi There! I am not yet diagnosed Celiac, but I can say for a fact that I have experienced severe nausea, and have also thrown up several times after eating foods high in gluten. I have also dealt with the diarrhea and constipation that fluctuates in severity. I do not know all that much yet about...
  9. I was never tested for allergies using muscle testing technique, but I was tested for conditions/ailments at one point (about a year and a half ago when I was seeing a nautropath.) Anyway, admittedly so I thought some of it was cooky, and couldn't understand how that could possibly be true - but...
  10. My blog here is probably going to be random, as I have a personal blog elsewhere and I also run a blog networking site (unrelated to Celiac) For now, my blog is going to be jots of this and jots of that - info, random venting, progress (or lackthereof) As of today, July 10 2008, I have been...