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  1. While you are supplementing vitamins and getting tested for Celiac, do some reading about Nightshades. Many people with joint pain and arthritis symptoms find that the symptoms disappear when they eliminate nightshades. I had severe joint pain and the cracking and popping joints since childhood....
  2. What about increasing healthy fats like olive oil, flax oil and avocado? I did some checking on causes of constipation in vegetarians (from your list I assume you are) and it appears to be a fairly common problem if you don't consume enough of the good fats along with your high fiber diet. It would...
  3. Yeah, I get sick after kissing my man after he eats gluten and even after he brushes.... so I said, "Hey man, did you know that we Celiacs have to replace pots and pans that cannot be cleaned sufficiently enough of gluten in order to keep us safe?" ...after giving this some thought.... He...
  4. I'm thinking soy....like GFinDC said. I had the same issue. Couldn't believe it was soy too. Hard to figure that out. I use Earth Balance mayo. They make one with soy too now, but the original version is soy free. It's pretty good too.
  5. Hi y'all! Talkin' bout me? Yeah, I love chicken livers! I can't wait to fry them with cornstarch like I heard about in another thread! Crispier I hear! I love beef liver too! Hmmm that pate' and fois gras thing is a bit over my head... but I bet I'd like em if they got liver in em! ...
  6. I had the livedo reticularis all over my whole body too. Ravenwood helped me when I first came here so I would know that it "could" be caused by gluten. Of course there are other causes too. I was very concerned about this symptom. It took several months to go away, but it DID completely go away...
  7. Here we are--another Birthday and look how far you've come! HAPPY DAY, kiddo and celebrate wonderful YOU!! I do! xxoo IH

  8. Lot of soap and water and rinsing and treating your counters and drawers like they have had radioactive waste in them. Incidentally just so you know, hand sanitizers do nothing to get rid of gluten. I made the mistake of using hand sanitizer after handing out cookies to kids at church...then...
  9. I had this since childhood and I'm 48. Interstitial cystitis is what they called it. They kept me on anti-biotics for bladder infections even though there was no bacteria in the urine specimens. I guess they didn't know what else to do for me. It was so painful that the description of shards...
  10. I just saw your next post about the road moving... Oh yes! I used to hate riding in a car because I felt like I was on a roller coaster. And sometimes I had to drive to the store so I would only let myself drive at night and very slowly to the nearest store to get food. It was like I was always...
  11. I had this too for many years actually. It was awfully scary. I couldn't explain it to the Dr. as well as you did, but yes, "things kind of float around you" or you feel as if you aren't real. I had heart palpitations and felt as if I would faint. I stumbled and sometimes fell down. I fell in the...
  12. No I didn't know about Celiac until I was 47 so I was not diagnosed at the time I took the Accutane. I hope you find someone who can help. One thing to try is giving up dairy and all grains not just wheat. Some people have had great success curing their acne problems this way. When I was on Atkins...
  13. I took Accutane the year it came out for cystic acne. I still needed antibiotics. Ten years later I had to repeat the full course of Accutane. Still the cystic acne returned. Antibiotics never worked on my acne either. Being gluten free did. I am not one who thinks the Accutane caused my Celiac...
  14. You are absolutely right about gluten causing anger. I had irrational anger and lashed out for no reason too. I am thrilled for you that you figured this out. Normally I am calm and content but for the gluten years I was a raging B****. Just ask my ex-husband. Wow. Gluten can definitely effect your...