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  1. My daughter had the HPV Vaccine last year. It was administered in three doses in April 2015, May 2015, and August 2015. Immediately after the third dose, she started having weird symptoms such has headaches, irritability, and a general feeling of being unwell (which she never had before). About three...
  2. I had HPV, which led to precancerous cells that I had removed, so I thought I was doing the right thing getting her the vaccine. Now she is paying the price. After researching the vaccine, there appears to be a strong link to autoimmune diseases. I am 99% sure that was her trigger. plus, the timing...
  3. I'm so sorry to hear about your dog. It is so hard losing a pet. My other daughter and myself have been tested and we were both negative. My husband keeps saying he will make an appointment, but he hasn't gotten it done yet. He doesn't have any of the symptoms, but I will keep on him to make...
  4. Thanks. I am trying to avoid the setbacks and mistakes you mentioned that most newbie's make. I want her to heal as fast as possible. My family thinks I have developed a form of OCD because I am so obsessed with gluten now. I read the newbie thread and did everything on there. I have cleaned...
  5. Well, my daughter and I decided to "test" her lactose sensitivity and she drank a big glass of lactose filled milk over the weekend. She did not get any lactose intolerance symptoms and said her nausea actually got a bit better. So, I don't think she has lactose intolerance. She has been gluten...
  6. Are lactose intolerance symptoms for a celiac the same as for everyone else? I'm trying to figure out if my Celiac daughter is also lactose intolerant. I don't have Celiac disease (blood test confirmed), but I am lactose intolerant and my symptoms are nausea and bloating about an hour after...
  7. My daughter (age 13) has severe anxiety. In fact, that's what her doctors originally thought was causing all of her symptoms, so she was misdiagnosed for months. She has been on Citalopram since June, but we will be weening her off of it soon because I think it contributes to her nausea. I have also...
  8. About the dairy...I have been giving her lactose free milk and she doesn't have much else for dairy. I am lactose intolerant and I get nausea right away and then get diarrhea later. My daughter doesn't seem to have the same type of reaction I do, so I don't think it's that. For those that are lactose...
  9. Okay, thanks. I think it's the popcorn. She ate a whole bag yesterday and she eats it all the time. She's going to be sad about this. I read the newbie thread several times already. lol I keep the ingredients list on my computer for easy searches when I'm not sure about a product.
  10. When I say she ate out 3 times, I mean anything outside of the house. Once we went for ice cream (I had the person get a new container, a new spoon, and I checked the ingredients). Another time she got popcorn at a movie theater (again checked the ingredients of all items used). The last time was...
  11. Does anyone have problems with popcorn? She has been eating a lot of popcorn because it has always been her favorite and it's gluten free. I have been encouraging it because it's full of fiber (she's constipated too), but maybe she's having too much?
  12. Okay, thanks! I had hoped she would at least have a little relief by now, but we will give it more time. She doesn't drink caffeine yet. She is 13 and although most of her friends drink coffee and caffeinated sodas, I have not allowed her to do that yet (I'm an overprotective Mom, I guess). ...
  13. My daughter was recently diagnosed with Celiac and has been gluten free since August 19th. However, she is still feeling very sick. She still has nausea constantly and it hasn't gotten any better. We have been extremely careful about her diet. We check everything she eats for gluten. If I'm...
  14. Okay, I'll have a talk with my youngest about being more careful. Maybe she can have a special spot where she can eat gluten? If she can't be careful enough then I will have to make our kitchen gluten free. But, that doesn't solve the problem of gluten everywhere else in the world. I'm sure the school...
  15. Ok, thank you. That is what I needed to know. My daughter is totally on board with avoiding gluten foods. She is very anxious to feel better. She just said this morning she doesn't want to go out to eat anymore. It breaks my heart though because eating out was her favorite thing to do before. My...