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mrs.monicahall

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  1. I was diagnosed with Celiac disease @ 3 years ago after @ 15 years of suffering.  Two years ago, my husband and I made the decision to move into a group home for international university students.  We love living with these students.  However, I seem to be growing more and more sensitive to gluten, and am now wondering if it is possible that sharing all of my pots/pans/dishes/utensils/appliances, etc with the students who eat gluten all the time is contributing to my very poor health lately.  I've reached a point where absolutely everything I eat results in pain, and I've been hospitalized in the past year for cerebral vascular issues that my doctor thinks  might be celiac related as well.

     

    I'm not really sure what I'm asking here, but I'm just so upset that I might have to give up a ministry I absolutely adore because of gluten.  It just seems to .... wrong!  Was kind-of hoping people here might understand?