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Allergies and intolerances

Ceoliac Support

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nappyqueen · 14/06/2010 12:44

My DS (6) has Coeliac Disease and my other DS(3) is being tested, I get on OK with most stuff but want to find ppl I can talk to about it who understand. Am in remote North of Scotland and find very little help, support or interest round here so feeling a bit isolated and would really like to feel like there are others out there?!
I don't have specific questions or need for recipes etc just ppl who know what its like!
Arghhh!

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gr8kids · 14/06/2010 15:05

I can understand how you feeling. I've recently tested for coeliac disease but came back negative. I've been told I have gluten intolerance. Anyways its such an unsociable thing to have. I fortunately do not suffer as coeliacs do but understand that its not nice. Cant offer you alot except an ear to listen and friendship. Keep smiling you not alone xx

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Booner · 14/06/2010 18:56

I have two boys 6 and 4 both with Coeliac Disease diagnosed last year and happy to discuss anything with you!

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alliwantforxmasissleep · 17/06/2010 09:36

My DS who's 5 is having his endoscopy and biopsy done at the beginning of July. Am also North Scotland.

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ilove · 17/06/2010 09:40

members2.boardhost.com/glutenfree/

coeliac.info/suppboard/

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CMOTdibbler · 17/06/2010 10:44

I've been gluten free for 12 years now - happy to chat about it !

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sparklingchampagne · 18/06/2010 19:42

I was diagnosed with coeliac disease about 4 and a half years ago (after DD was born)
Happy to chat about it too - the family are pretty much gluten free as well as I can't be arsed bothered to cook different meals for all of us
xx

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