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  1. I've been using Chapstick all this time with no reactions so it must be gluten-free. I get sick really easily.
  2. sounds a lot like reflux. Ask your GI doc if you can try some Nexium for a month or two...see if it helps. It did wonders for me and I was in constant pain before I started taking it, a lot like what you've described
  3. Does anyone know if it is gluten-free? I checked the two main lists; one said all minute maid products without flavorings added....the other list said ALL varieites of Minute Maid are gluten-free. The punch does have natural flavorings. Does anyone drink it or know if it is gluten-free?
  4. Ok, so what's this about mold? I started night sweats in July after never having them before. I'm 29 and I've had my thyroid, hormones, sugars, vitamins, etc checked and all are FINE. BUT I did start a new job and sources say there is a HUGE amount of mold there-apparently they put new carpet...
  5. I would NOT eat at the fair, either. Where do you live? We have our state fair here now in Phoenix.
  6. When I had this problem someone on this board told me that without gluten there is a massive change in stomach volume contents. Plus, our bodies go through gluten withdrawl. Give it some time; what helped me out was eating every hour or so, just something small. Even today I eat very little at each...
  7. I had this for the first two or three months after going gluten-free. It went away, though. I've been gluten-free for 9 months now and I no longer have this problem. It was not a fun problem-I'm glad it's gone. How long have you been gluten-free?
  8. I'm 29 and lately I've been getting night sweats a LOT. It sucks cus' after I wake up I'm freezing cold while the sweat condenses off my body. I have to get up and change and then the bed is all wet-ick!! I never really had this before except sometimes during the winter when I wore too much to...
  9. They don't have a gluten-free menu per say, so it is a little tough to find something, but you can at least eat plain like chicken and a baked potato and they will accomodate you.
  10. I went to 2 different Claim Jumpers 2 days in a row-on accident, actually. The first one the manager came over just to talk about my allergy and make sure they did everything right. They did. The second one the chef brought a bun out with my burger so they had to fix it but the manager took it off...
  11. The $100, 000 question is: why do we get dizzy AFTER going gluten-free? I never had anything like it before going gluten-free, even though I had a ton of stomach pain.
  12. I've posted on this topic several times now. I even started one thread on it. Since going gluten-free, I get dizzy, lightheaded, and nauseated. My stomach feels much better pain wise, but these other symptoms are kind of cumbersome. I am hoping the longer I am gluten-free, they will disappear. The...
  13. I still am having eyesight issues and lightheadedness, plus I've had a headache for the past two weeks. Thank GOD for Imitrex. I'm still sore in places. I think I may have fibromyalgia..what else could explain all of this when I don't have diabetes or thyroid issues? they tested my blood for a million...
  14. I wrote a post on this a couple of weeks ago. I went gluten-free Jan. 1. about a week later I was getting dizzy, light-headed, and my vision was weird. It's gotten better but I still get dizzy when I eat. I have asked both my GI doc AND regular practitioner. They took all kinds of tests. I don't...