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foodiegurl last won the day on June 21 2016

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    cooking, eating, baking! music, traveling, road trips, gardening, books and writing my blog and articles on gluten-free living.
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  1. I am pretty sensitive, and I have never had a problem with gatorade.
  2. So Buendia, i am just curious, being that you have also been through HELLP...are you planning to go for it again? I am still on the fence.
  3. My absolute favorite chips are Xochitl corn chips. They say they are gluten-free right on the package and are made with non-GMO, organic corn. They are a bit pricey, but worth it to me. They sell them at Whole Foods as well as some mass grocery stores.
  4. thank you everyone for your encouraging words. i kept thinking about what everyone said as I was sitting the hospital room, on gown, with my IV waiting to be whisked away. It is true, the anticipation is definitely the worst part. once i got a shot of demerol, I was out, and never even saw my dr come in to do the procedure. Apparently, I even slept through the recovery room, and the next thing I knew I was back in my room watching HGTV I would barely talk at first, and went straight to bed at home, but now feel pretty good, and am home with husband and daughter - yeah! May m
  5. I finally have my endoscopy tomorrow morning and I am terrified. I am terrified there will be some complication, or I won't wake up...or of course, they will find something scary. I am terrified, I won't come home and see my husband and daughter again. Please tell me I am overreacting, and it is easy
  6. Nicole, i am in the same boat. I have already gotten info on Chinese adoption, but have to start the paperwork. I would love to hear about your experience. How long ago did you submit paperwork? Also, did you have to tell them you have Celiac...I know they want to know some very detailed medical info from the parents. So, i wonder..if we don't get the biopsy then we are not "diagnosed", would that make a difference? Good luck!!!
  7. thank you. My daughter also had IUGR..she was born at 39 weeks, but only weighed 4 lbs, 8 oz. thankfully, she was perfectly healthy, just small =)
  8. With my daughter, I developed severe pre-eclampsia & HELLP at the end of the pregnancy. She is about to turn 4. One thing I have learned since is that many people who develop pre-e have underlying disorders since as blood-clotting disorders or auto-immune issues. I met with a high-risk OB last year to get tested for underlying disorders, and everything came back negative. Now, 7 months after those tests, I randomly find out I have Celiac. I didn't think I had anything, went in for my physical, mentioned I was having reflux....find out a week later I have Celiac...I was shocked to sa
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