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About Jeffiner

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  1. I live in Wareham MA and have had an increasing number of neurological symptoms over the past year. I would love to find a doctor that has a clue if anyone could suggest someone. Thanks https://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/uploads/emoticons...
  2. I avoid artificial sweetener like the plague. Unfortunately, I grew up drinking Diet Coke in place of pretty much every other beverage possible. I stopped drinking it about ten years ago but up until then, I consumed a lot of it. I avoid...
  3. Thank you everyone. Ironically, my primary care doctor is a rhuematologist. My SED rate was only 27 so he disregarded any thoughts of RA. My sister had rotar cuff surgery in September of 2010 and has been in agony since. Her arm is very...
  4. Yes, I am very careful about the gluten. I have eliminated it. If I happen to get gluten accidentally, I know it rather quickly. It has been almost two years since I went gluten free. I avoid processed foods, cook from scratch, and do my...
  5. Is he having all of the same issues? The "it is all in your head" crap is so frustrating. My husband noticed a short time ago that my toes were starting to bend the wrong way. I am sure I can't make that happen in my head.
  6. I am going to try and keep it short although my story goes back ten years. Ten years ago, at 30 years old, I had a badly ruptured disc in my neck. I had a anterior cervical discectomy with fusion. A few weeks later, I got pregnant with my...
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    Thank you ladies for the replies.
  8. I am 40 years old. I was sick for many years before it was discovered that gluten was the culprit. I had a huge list of symptoms, some of them seemed neurological. Since I have gone gluten free, I am much better. I do get gluten once in...
  9. For the cake 7 ounces semisweet chocolate, chopped 6 large eggs, separated 2/3 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar For the filling 1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin 1 cup well-chilled...
  10. All the doctor said was that I had esophagitis from vomiting so much. I have the picture but there was no biopsy taken from it.
  11. Thank you that have replied for the information and support. I had a Transglutimnase IgA Autoantibodies of 4.5. A weak positive is 4-10. All the other numbers were normal.
  12. This is going on seven years. I vomit on nearly a daily basis. My IgA level was slightly positive but my biopsy was negative. I have been eating gluten free and have not been vomiting. Today, I had two regular cookies and literally tossed...
  13. Too bad we can't send Celiac Disease of on it's own after 18 years.........not that I am trying to get rid of my kids. lol
  14. I was diagnosed with a weak positive blood test. I went gluten free for two weeks then went back on the gluten for a month to have the biopsy. It was done last Thursday and I am to call for the results tomorrow. The doctor said that it didn...