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w0tm
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My longer post was removed so I must have written something against a policy. No clue what. So I'll keep this simple. I tested 850% over "normal" gluten intolerant. Removing gluten from my diet has reduced my Lyme symptoms to where I sometimes feel 100% healthy. I WAS bed ridden most of the time for the last 15 years. I now walk miles a day. Test is a simple blood test. If something I just wrote is still against some rule I give up. I so wish I could help others as this has helped me. This does NOT cure Lyme - I still test positive.
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Catgirl
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Right on wOtm. No worries. I think sometimes stuff gets accidentally moved or deleted. Don't take it personally. Maybe it's in General forum.

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JenniferMN
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w0tm...

Where did you get this "gluten test"? At Labcorp? Is that what's it's actually called a "gluten intolerant" test?

Thanks,
JenniferMN

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randibear
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i've been tested for celiac and gluten and everything else in the world.

it's always negative. wish i could find somebody to do some real testing.

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sutherngrl
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Once you test positive for Lyme, you will always test positive for it.
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gigimac
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W0tm, i would like to know what test u used if you don't mind sharing.
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Lymetoo
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Wasn't removed by the moderators. Are you sure it didn't get lost?

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