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  1. Hi there, I either have a severe gluten intolerance or celiac, although I can't be sure yet because I can't eat gluten to get a proper diagnosis without experiencing pain, bloating, severe heartburn, etc. I've been gluten free for 3 years and can't even have gluten in my house or I get glutened...
  2. I realize this is years later, but I had a horrible reaction to this drug too, even though I've never had a problem with amoxicillin. Intense, crazy chest pain (heartburn) that I haven't had since being gluten-free. I was on the 875mg dose and as soon as I started a different abx it went away.....
  3. I've made these twice and these are the best buns/bread I've ever cooked since being gluten-free!!!!! HAD to SHARE! I didn't use arrowroot and I switched the amounts for sorghum and brown rice (I love sorghum way more) and it was so good. It smelled like... BREAD! I used a leftover bun for toast...
  4. After being gluten free for quite a while and still not completely symptom free, my endoscopy showed increased intraepithelial lymphocytes but normal villi. My igA was 5, igG was 2. Is this a normal result for someone in in the healing stage (specifically the increased intraepithelial lymphocytes...
  5. Onepercenter.... I read somewhere (can't remember) that a fair percentage of "gluten free" supplements and probiotics were tested and found to still contain gluten... just fyi... I have rib pain (that's what I call it) that can radiate thru to my back. It's horrible. I feel your pain. Mine...
  6. All GI doctors are not celiac competent. I had to go to three to get the full panel and I was already gluten-free by that point. Stay on gluten if you think you can get the tests. Even if they do come back negative, it sounds like you should try going gluten-free to see if it makes a difference...
  7. Oh man, you and I are in the same boat. I cannot tolerate sesame (tahini) for some reason and ... my beloved coffee. It is the last thing that I haven't really given up even though I feel better without it. I have GERD-like symptoms with my celiac and coffee mimics some of the pain (although not...
  8. Hey there, I have a completely gluten-free kitchen. I attend a weekly community group and am trying to host at my house more often so that I don't have to deal with contamination (or bringing my own separate food). So, I (the host) usually cook one main item, while everyone else brings...