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Claire grace

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  1. I do also take a calcium multi-mineral chew also by smarty pants which was recommended for my daughter who is now 4 years old because she had hypo mineralization of several of her baby teeth. Those teeth like mine also had to be removed because she did not receive enough calcium from me while still...
  2. Thank you, I had never read much about thiamine prior to this and Given how important it is I'm surprised it's not more widely discussed. I had also been eating a lot of blueberries and I believe I did have tea and some chocolate that day as well🤦 So all together it was probably a bad combination. ...
  3. I wonder if cabbage can trigger this? ...because thinking back to my episode last week, the only thing I ate that was different from my usual diet was purple cabbage and it happened several hours later. I can't recall if I ate it during the previous times however because it had been a few months...
  4. It sounds like a very difficult situation, I don't know anyone in that area but I pray that they're in good hands and receiving the best possible care until you are able to be reunited. I know it must be very hard for you and for them. Given their health condition, until your barrister is able...
  5. If what they are being given currently is indeed gluten free then they could have a false negative. Doctor's advise patients not to stop eating gluten until after testing because otherwise the test result can be inaccurate. I am very sad to hear about what happened to your children...
  6. Yes I have this frequently (It's horrible- The pain is worse than child birth and I gave birth to my daughter at home unmedicated. The most recent time was just last week so It's fresh in my mind😫I was sweating and felt like I was going to pass out and I also have celiac and an unrelated permanent Va...
  7. If it is the case that you are experiencing dysautonomia as a result of your Spinal surgery or the condition for which you had it in the 1st place ( any inflammation or injury around the spine can cause compression of the vagus nerve) Depending on the extent and cause of the compression it can be...
  8. A lot of us with celiac have other Coexisting conditions which may or may not apply In your case, however what you are describing sounds an awful lot like dysautonomia (which is a pre disposing factor for celiac disease) and something I have had my whole life. It affects every part of...
  9. I have always been very very thin, since childhood My doctors have always commented about my being underweight. Unfortunately I didn't find out I had celiac until my mid 30s when I had pregnancy complications due to malabsorption. I have been gluten free almost 4 years now, and I do feel a lot better...
  10. Strangely enough I just joined this Forum after reading your post because so much of it sounded very familiar to me. Although I do have a lot of similarities medically as far as celiac/ pots/ peripheral neuropathy/ and extremely intuitive to others feelings or emotions. What I am afraid to have to...