Yes I did get tested for glute, negative. Dr. Dahlman, the guy off the internet says you can have a "intolerance" even though you should negative for gluten. Yes it's very expensive and I called my insurance company to see if they would cover. Probably not. I want to go for the eating aspect, b/c I can try real hard for 2-3 days and then I lose it. I would be better off if for one week I wasn't in control of my eating habits and was served only things I could eat. Denise W. what did it take for you to be completley normal for a that year and 1/2? Even when I wasn't taking meds (like now) but this was this summer one day I was totally normal. I have formed bm's no urgency, I could feel the inflammation was gone. But the next day it was back. I know once too, I had a flare for 6 week and I saw a councel about my issues with my family and I felt a load being lifted off my, I felt so good, 3 days later, no lie I was fine. Back to normal. Weird how it can come and go and start and stop.
So Harpo, you're not on meds what are your symptoms now?
I had the Rocephin shot and 2 weeks of Omnicef, this helped with my bloating and digestion. That was 4/15/07
Had Cipro and Predison for 10 & 5 days, 7/3/07
Colonoscopy & Endoscopy 7/27, Left sided colitis and near cecum (mild)
Had a shot of steriods for my ear inflammation 8/31
Stopped Colozal 10/1/07 was on it for 7 weeks, side effects
On Standard Process supplements, trying a new protocal from a
natural path as of 9/10/07
I belive laughter is the best medicine, I need to laugh more!