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I am type 1 diabetic and have just had my whole Thyroid removed for Thyroid Cancer. Not properly diagnosed with Celiac yet! 

  1. Stay gluten free. I have gone off it a few times and regretted it. More autoimmune diseases can come. I have no thyroid/thyroid cancer and type 1 diabetes and I blame gluten. But, I did feel a lot better when I started taking refrigerated Probiotics (at the health food store in a fridge). I think your body will heal quicker with these.
  2. Hi there! I am type 1 diabetic and also just started to eat gluten free. I've definitely noticed that the gluten free food tends to have more carbs than I would expect. When it comes to gluten-free pastas, I now make sure to measure because it is insane how high I can get if I don't. Generally though i am getting better blood sugars because I'm eating less carby foods. Less breads/pastas/crackers. I would suggest researching labels and measuring (I never used to measure). Maybe try one Gluten free item at a time to see how it effects him. Its also tricky with lows not to be able to just
  3. Thank you for your response! I'm so sorry to hear about your brother. It must be so frustrating. I have definitely noticed my blood sugar control has been a lot better since gluten free! I've taken my insulin control into my own hands instead of waiting for my doctors to help me adjust it. Its taken some research online to start to understand it better. I really want to get an endoscopy and will start working in that direction. Its hard because I do feel a little bit crazy constantly at the doctors! I actually had to demand that they look further into my thyroid. With all my celiac symp
  4. I am 22 and have had Type 1 Diabetes for years. I've just had a total thyroidectomy for Thyroid Cancer and was convinced my Thyroid wasn't functioning properly, but never had the correct blood-work to prove it (only TSH). My doctor did a blood test for Celiac, but I had already been off gluten for about a week or 2 before the test. I only started eating gluten again 2 days before. I told my doctor this, but she said it was fine. Now here I am months later with a negative blood test and still not eating gluten because it makes me so sick. Since my thyroid surgery/hormone replacement
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