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  1. I spoke with my Dr today about MAOI's and she doesn't know much about them so I'll be looking for a psychiatrist/psychologist. She did have some samples of Trintellix that I can try. It's apparently a kind of mix between an SSRI & MAOI. It's a fairly new drug (used to be called Brintellix). I...
  2. Hmm, I haven't taken it for several days @PammyAnne. I had never tried it before up until a few days ago so I have no idea if it actually was causing anything.
  3. I did have my gallbladder checked less than a year ago and it was fine. I removed a lot of corn from my diet a long time ago because I know the body has a hard time really breaking it down. I haven't been strict with it, though, so I'm sure it's still in my system from medicine or other food. My...
  4. I tend not to eat greasy food and avoid it when my stomach is having issues. I test my blood sugar often and haven't had direct emotional changes from high or low, just physical, ie shaky/weak, lose train of thought (when low) and tired when high. I don't think I have a problem with corn. I've never...
  5. @TexasJen I've been taking Cymbalta/Paxil for many years and never had a problem with diarrhea (until recently because of Celiac's). I know it's not just a side effect from switching because I'm now requiring less insulin, as well as the distinct smell like I had mentioned before. I'm also not getting...
  6. Thank you for the info @knitty kitty. Were the sulfers in the SSRI/PPI/NSAIDs also damaging your small intestines or just causing symptoms?
  7. I've been researching Compounding and seems hopeful, but the pharmacies I've called so far (only 2) made it sound like there's nothing for duloxetine (Cymbalta) that's gauranteed gluten free. I figured they would actually take each active ingredient and make the medicine, but the pharmacists I talked...
  8. @cyclinglady I heard that there were problems with Armour Thyroid when it came to gluten a few years ago. I thought it was no longer safe? @Megamaniac I had forgot to put that in my original post that I have a lot of issues with anxiety as well. I've never actually been officially diagnosed...
  9. Thank you for the info cyclinglady! As far as repeated celiac antibodies testing, I think my dr had me tested for that several months ago, and it was improving. I think that's when she had mentioned that "you're an 8 now and you used to be a 12". That was about 3-4 months ago if I recall. As far...
  10. So, where to begin... I was officially diagnosed with Celiac Disease about 2.5 years ago and have been trying to fully heal since then. I knew prior that I had celiac disease but didn't know how serious being gluten free needed to be if you have it. My intestines got so damaged that I had no energy...