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    Aside from making sure I’m 100% gluten free. I actually see a chiropractor as well to help with my aches and pains that I have. It’s very helpful and the doctor I see has special training with nutrition/supplements. She has been awesome since my diagnosis. Sometimes it’s better to see a doctor that believes in a more holistic approach
  2. Hi all, I was diagnosed back in February after blood work/biopsy. Feeling pretty good overall actually. Just was wondering what everyone has done about going to the dentist? How can you make sure they won’t use stuff that contains gluten? I’m so nervous to get glutened. Sorry if someone has recently posted about this...your help is appreciated!
  3. It has been very frustrating and I’m obviously pretty new on my journey. I just want to feel “normal” whatever that is for me now. Hopefully in a few months I guess I can get there !
  4. Thanks so much for replying. I’m glad to know I’m not the only one who has had this happen! It’s like learning about your body all over again. I did just have blood work done about 2 weeks ago and everything was ok but I think I will definitely talk with my doctor about adding in some supplements to help with everything. And I hope my dizziness/lightheadedness will start to get better too.
  5. I’m just about 2 months post diagnosis and being 100% gluten free. My diet is good and my stomach, fatigue, insomnia, body aches and headaches are much better. However this week I’ve been starting to get dizzy spells and my body just feels weird. I’m not sick so just wondering if this happens to anyone else?? I don’t think I’m accidentally eating gluten. We eat at home since my diagnosis so I’m cooking everything.
  6. Thanks so much for the tips!
  7. Just looking for some good tips etc from more experienced people. I’m the only one that has celiac in my group of friends and family. It’s just been 1 week and everything is super overwhelming still like going to the grocery store and reading all the ingredients. I was in the store for over an hour the other day. And I feel like I can never go out to eat again. I guess just wondering what the biggest things I should know are. I just feel really clueless ?