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  1. It seems that you have complicated symptoms... there may be more than one thing going on. Perhaps you could find a physician who could work with you to figure out what is what. It might not be celiac. It sounds like you need to have all...
  2. Have you kept a food dairy and tracked what you were eating and drinking before you had diarrhea? Does anything make you feel better? If you are having nonstop diarrhea, you may need medical help to calm you gastric system down. If you could...
  3. Fatigue can be related to low B12. Joint and muscle pain can be related to low vit D. Being low in both vitamins is common with celiac. There are also other sensitivities that cause gastric problems... dairy, and corn are common... but these...
  4. I did. I had been gluten free or mostly gluten free for a couple of years prior to testing, though. After the negative celiac blood tests, the GI doc gave me the gene test to rule out celiac and was surprised to have that come back showing...
  5. It means you have the potential for developing celiac. Many folks have the genetic variants but do not have celiac... some develop it eventually, some do not. So, now you know it is possible for you to develop celiac, get tested for the...
  6. Fresh baked artisanal bread... fresh from the oven fresh warm cider donuts or better yet fresh warm yeast donuts... the kind with raspberry filling fresh warm bread sticks with Parmesan grated on top to dip in marinara sauce pizza...
  7. Definitely get her tested for celiac but don’t automatically assume that is what is causing this. There are other things which can cause these rage reactions in kids. Has she had a strep infection? In rare instances it has been known to c...
  8. Keep eating gluten until you are tested and until you have an endoscopy if the doctor calls for one. If dairy if bothering you, you can give that up before celiac testing... but I don’t know about other testing. As far as the redness......
  9. Yes. But I had a negative blood test before the biopsy. I had been gluten free for a year, but not as careful as now. I also had the genetic test run... he said if I did not have the genes then I didn’t have celiac... but I had them and I...
  10. That is correct as I understand it. The genetic testing only shows if it is possible to become Celiac. My doctor had me do it to rule out celiac... I had been gluten free for a year when I talked to him about the possibility of celiac. My...
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    Vegetarian Roll Call!

    Wow, this is great! Thank you! I think I'm having trouble processing the extra fiber as it seems to all go right through me really fast. Digestive enzymes is a goood idea. I guess it will just take time for my little microbes to decide that...
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    Vegetarian Roll Call!

    I am celiac and trying to transition to a vegan/vegetarian diet. I've been gluten free for about ten years. I've just started introducing vegetarian dishes and phasing out meat/egg based ones in my family. My problem is that my tummy is...
  13. I used to drink Crystal Light all the time too. And I couldn't figure out why I was sooo achy and tired and sore all the time. It said gluten free so I wasn't worried about gluten too much, but then I started having constant head aches....
  14. If your blood tests do come out as negative, and they might, you can ask for genetic testing to rule out celiac and an endoscopy to check for damage. I was in a similar situation years ago. I was gradually getting more and more tummy...
  15. Right side pain under the rib can also be gall bladder. I had problems with that before finding out about my celiac and thyroid issues. It can be extremely painful.
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