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  1. OMG...still today I feel like I am going to throw up. I have yellow BM's, and I am nauseaus. What the heck did I do to myself.
  2. Yep....like anxiety but to the next level. And it reminded me of when I went gluten free. Those first couple of months where you go up and down, and realized just how sick I was then. I guess thats why I am so disappointed with myself. Each day is a new day, and a new opportunity to start again though.
  3. Yeah...this reaction has me feeling like I am losing my mind. I never thought it would be that intense. Is that normal? Like paranoid, achy...holy cow.
  4. Hi everyone, It's been awhile since I have been on. For a while I was doing really well, then in December my mother passed away. The 9th to be exact and her funeral was the 12th. If you don't remember, my father died in 2005 two days after Christmas. I am also working out a marital issue. So there is lots of stress and thats something I am addressing separate to what I just did yesterday. Yesterday, after a night of long conversation with my husband, and on my way home from work, I stopped at Wendy's got a frosty (which is gluten-free) but then I added fries, and a baconater without the bread but their mayo and ketchup (this was abotu 3 pm) Last night at about 8, I started having a panic attack where I felt like something was going to happen to me. Then it subsided and I was burping. Then last night I woke up, heart pounding, with a sick stomach and burping. Then this morning the D is coming, I had another one of those doom and gloom panicky things like something bad was going to happen to me, and I feel like I've been beaten with a bat and I know I am going to have D. Because last night it was normal, this morning it was softer and now I can feel another one coming (sorry for being gross). I am even getting these little pings of pain in different spots all over. I feel like such a loser, I've been gluten free since June 06. Has anyone ever done this, or am I the lone ranger on this. How stupid could I be!!
  5. Coutry Life ~ Vegetarian~ Sub Lingual ~ Vitamin B12 ~ 500 mcg Certified to have no: Yeast, wheat, soy, gluten, milk, salt, sugar, starch, preservatives or artificial colors.
  6. Me after 2 mos It took me a week to get really sick.
  7. Well.....now I'm second guessing myself. I'll look at the bottle when I get home. But I just remember the Calci something word. But....it seems to be slowly doing what it needs to do.
  8. It's actually D3...... My new doc condulted with my old doc who runs the center for celiac disease at the University of Chicago. She specifically said D3...and its the Calci something or another .... Its really interesting how things seems to me slowly improving minus some odd things liek hot flashes
  9. Be careful, keep well hydrated and if at any time you feel really sick, call your doctor right away. I am particularly sensitive and ended up in the ER day 5 of mine.
  10. Hey Everyone... Day three on this and I get flushed periodically in my face, almost like hot flashes. Little dizzy here and there. But for the first time in AGES....I woke up early and I was not dragging myself back to bed. And the blurriness in my sight is getting much better. Any experience with D therapy??? I have had less indigestion too. I have to do the 50,000 IU once a week for 12 weeks because my level was 8 (well 7.9) and the normal range was 20 to 60.
  11. Also..... With this D deficiency....anybody get some blurriness and fatigue???
  12. Yeah I'm paying for it anyway right?? I NEVER CONNECTED THE Muscle cramping to the D..... I get the alot too....but I just thought it was being tired...
  13. Well they said mine is barely there at 7.9 something, they are calling it 8 and said I HAVE to rigidly do 50,000 IU a week for 12 weeks... Anybody ever do this??
  14. It's official, 50,000 IU once a week for 12 weeks. Eeehhhh, that scares me.... Anybody have experience?
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