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Sarah8793

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  1. This is a relief to hear. I was kind of hoping that it was gluten related. I'll probably bring it up with my OB/GYN just to make sure next time I see him. I have always had terrible PMS, so that hasn't changed a whole lot yet.
  2. My cycles have always been very regular, every 27 days. Last month it was 3 days early and only lasted 2 days (instead of the usual 5). This month it is a day late so far. I'm not pregnant, so am wondering if I was regular while consuming gluten, would it make sense for me to start having an irregular...
  3. Hi Cathy, I think that not a lot of people have heard of it. It is probably one of those things that if your doctor knows a lot about it then he would test for it. Since it can be controlled very well just by avoiding large meals, I proabably won't pursue it with a doctor either. It is interesting...
  4. Hi Cathy, A few months ago, before I was diagnosed through EnteroLab, I was diagnosed with my GP with hypoglycemia. My chief symptom was feeling dizzy and lightheaded. I began keeping a food journal and noticed immediately that I had intense symptoms after eating bread. I took all gluten...
  5. Hi Evie, It was one of your replies to my posts that got me thinking about this. What I have read about this often points to it as being a result of stomach surgery. If you don't mind me asking, did you have any kind of stomach surgery or do you think it is just a result of celiac? Thanks...
  6. This was my response the first time I heard it also. Yes it is a diagnosis and if you google it you can find more info. Sarah
  7. After reading a response on one of my other posts about dumping syndrome, I did some research and now I think I may have this. I am wondering how many others may have this and if it is caused by celiac disease or gluten intolerance, AND if it gets better after long term gluten free. Sarah