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  1. My daughter had severely atrophied villi when diagnosed. In 2 weeks her symptoms significantly reduced but it took almost 3 months for the majority to go away. It does depend on each persons damage and whether they are high or low symptomatic...
  2. try this recipe , its he best homemade rollup / lavash type bread i have made Gobsmacked rollup bread - no rise recipe Ingredients 1 cup fine brown rice flour 1/2 cup tapioca starch 2 Tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoons...
  3. BTW when they do the endoscopy the child is put to sleep with a mask first before inserting the IV. That helped a lot for us. We started with my 7 yr old flailing and kicking the nurses who wanted to draw her blood to 4 yrs later her saying...
  4. We have been gluten and nut free in school for years. However, my DD can have rice so eliminating that certainly makes it very challenging. Do you have someone with nut allergies in your child's classroom ? If you don't , you may have lotz...
  5. Honestly you will be overwhelmed with this for awhile, but, you will figure it all out and no matter what your child will get better. Ask any and all questions there are tons of great idea's here. You are not alone !!!! We have all experienced...
  6. I personally would say NO to all Gluten containing items and supply my own mat to be stored separately. Cross contamination is a real threat in the classroom. My 504 plan is clear on this and I have even talked to the teachers about...
  7. My daughter was dx through blood work then confirmed with an endo at 7 yrs old. You need to be back on gluten for approx 6 weeks. good luck
  8. Well I don't know of any relationship between Asthma and Celiac ., but that doesn't mean it can't exist. There are levels of allergens in different breeds of cats and dogs . The Siberian and Oriental shorthairs cats don't affect 75% of...
  9. Everyone is different for us my DD was 7 at the time with completely atrophied Villi . Sleep -1-2 weeks Bowels - mildly better in 2 weeks but she had underlying issue's with Lactose( we didn't realize for 2 yrs) and a undiagnosed Thyroid...
  10. Migraines are certainly common. Smartwater helps or taking a magnesium tablet and eating a banana a day with PLENTY of water daily can help too. Keeping my DD super hydrated with a magnesium tablet 3 x week reduced her migraines by ...
  11. not so healthy but easy: Fruit by the foot Fruit snacks Tortilla chips n salsa gluten-free Nature valley granola bars Frito's plain or BBQ Dorito's nacho cheese or cool ranch Utz potato sticks, cheese balls, chips
  12. Ahhh Girl scouts : the parent volunteer run program I have had mixed responses with this. Our passed troop leader did little to nothing to accommodate a gluten-free or mostly gluten-free environment for the troop mtgs or day events...
  13. If you have the option of volunteering for lunch duty for 1 or 2 days, that can give you the insight you need regarding cross contamination at lunch. My DD is 10 and in 5th grade and they have switch classes. If your girl has the same make...
  14. My DD is entering 5th grade and I just finished our 504 plan which we will present in a couple of weeks. She is also dx hashimota's disease, overweight and doesn't eat any veggies except carrots and only 4 fruits ,which is proving difficult...
  15. My 10 yr old DD is 3 yrs gluten-free with a dx of Celiac. This year she was also dx positive Hashimota's with elevated TSH levels. We started Levothyrozine 5 weeks ago. So far all is great. She is not as tired , no more leg pains, better...
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