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    Lake Charles, LA
  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. My Celiac Results: http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh17/alliecr/results.jpg http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh17/alliecr/part1.jpg http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh17/alliecr/part2.jpg
  3. I am 20. In a few minutes I shall be posting the results from my celiac test like someone asked. You seem very knowledgeable about Celiac. Today is day 4 of gluten-free and I cheated and had a biscuit. One biscuit and I felt like I ate 10 loaves of bread! Will not do that again.
  4. On Feb. 9 my GI--I have a GI doctor, sorry I wasn't specific --did and upper and lower scope to find out why i had been having trouble with my bowel movements since Christmas when i had a 5cm cyst on my right ovary. He then suggested the blood test for celiac. I want him to give me 100% evidence, though. He said that if he does a biopsy that the piece he takes could be a Celiac piece or not. He doesn't want to do this form of testing I guess. As for malnourishment--That is a positive. I am a huge bread person and am lost. I had two snickers bars and a coke for lunch--that is totally unhealthy. I bought some cheese dip that I thought was gluten-free but now I see that it says modified food starch. I hate my life right now. I am about to be a junior in may in college. I need to focus on that, and I cant.
  5. The blood test my doctor did was inconclusive. He put me on a gluten-free diet for a month, but it was too hard--i'm in college--so, I cut back on gluten and only had it once or twice a day and did FINE. I had a little trouble going to the bathroom, but in about three days or so I would. I went back and he says that I DO HAVE CELIAC DISEASE and IBS and GERD. How does he know this? How can I make him do the biopsy for the Celiac disease? I am a huge bread lover and gluten-free bread is gross! Please help. My life is upside and I want viable proof that I have this.
  6. My blood work did not say that I had or didn't have Celiac. I was starting to go to the bathroom normally before my doctor knew the blood results. He then tells me to go on a gluten free diet for a month and see if I feel better. I was feeling better before I stopped eating gluten. No one in my family--back 5 generations--has ever had this. Wouldn't my sister of had it or at least the doctors of seen it when she got one of her many many scopes--at least a dozen.
  7. My blood work did not say that I had or didn't have Celiac. I was starting to go to the bathroom normally before my doctor knew the blood results. He then tells me to go on a gluten free diet for a month and see if I feel better. I was feeling better before I stopped eating gluten. No one in my family--back 5 generations--has ever had this. Wouldn't my sister of had it or at least the doctors of seen it when she got one of her many many scopes--at least a dozen. --Please see other post for more information.
  8. Why do I need to eliminate lactose? --------------------------------------------------------- Also, I do not live in a dorm. I have a house, so I have fridge, oven, microwave, etc. I am not offended by anyone's comments, I am just really sad. I truly feel like I am dying. This is by far the hardest thing I have ever had to deal with. My Spanish final was a breeze compared to this. My sister had ulcertive colitis when she was 13 and had her entire colon removed. She now has Chron's and is 24--just a little family background. The chips I am eating are Puffy Cheetos and Tostitos. I didn't eat BBQ sauce at the BBQ because I never do and I cooked and seasoned my chicken with gluten-free seasonings. I would eat salad like some suggested but I hate salad. I know that I can no longer be picky, but it is really hard. I know I probably do have Celiac because I do feel better since I quit eating gluten. I am so lost right now. I know no one with this and had never even heard of it until a week ago.
  9. Hi all! My name is Allison and I am 20 years old. Before I ask my question, here is my story: I was having trouble using the bathroom and laxatives were not helping. I went to a GI doctor and he decided to do an upper and lower scope. The results
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