I come to you all, the experts for your thoughts/suggestions. As you know my mom had type 1 diabetes and I work for the UDOH Diabetes Prevention and Control Program so I know the signs and symptoms…Continue
"That is good. Sorry about the Celiacs though. There is a Facebook group called Gluten Freely (they have a website also) that people post recipes on. You can get a feel for what is good & what isn't. There is also a Celiacs group…"
"Celiac disease however we are testing him for c-diff. The endoscopy picked up on a mild case of celiac. I talked to the specialist about c-diff and he said while my son doesn't have the symptoms that come with it (cramping, blood in stools)…"
"If his intestinal flora has been effected by antibiotics (good chance!), yogurt won't help. Very little active in pasteurized yogurt, despite the marketing. Speak with his doctor about probiotic capsules. The good ones are expensive & worth…"
"while C-diff certainly isn't plesant I really hope that turns out to be all it is. Ask your GI doctor to do some stool studies to test for it. Funny enough though, the fix is um...MORE antibiotics. But esp knowing more about the situation that…"
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