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Old 03-05-2017, 04:20 PM   #1
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We eliminated gluten from Margarets diet about two years ago. She was five and still not potty trained and often complained of stomach pains (warm tummies( skin rashes and was pretty underweight.. A TG-IgA test was a "weak" positive.. SO it was suggested more tests would be needed but at the time we also felt it unnecessary to go though the whole biopsy etc...
Well blah blah fast forward 2 years we have decided for medical reasons we need to know.. It also means introducing gluten back in...
We gave her her first exposure on Thursday and she has had one gluten something every day since from two salteen crackers day one to a slice of sprouted 7 grain bread today.. So far she hasn't had any complaints at all..
Last night however she did wet her bed which could just be a freak thing or the fact she had a fudge stripped cookie yesterday which had milk .. She also admitted she didn't quite make it to the bathroom one time and had a "little accident" because of it. She changed and cleaned up before I could see what that exactly meant. The loose bowls were always her biggest gluten reaction. I asked if she had any stomach pains though and she said no.
Neither I or her doctors have any doubt to her gluten sensitivity but the idea of her NOT being full celiac is VERY appealing not having to overly stress over any level of cross contamination sounds like heaven.. Is the fact she isn't having huge obvious immediate gluten reactions a good sign?
Or am I celebrating too soon?
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