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    Quote Originally Posted by JesskaMay View Post
    I don't have coeliac disease but I fell pregnant approximately 6 weeks after going gluten free. We had been trying for 10 months and my naturopath told me to cut out gluten and voila! BFP
    Wow!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Says you need to delete some messages lol!
    Lol. I have deleted some now

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    Thanks again for the info monnie

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    Quote Originally Posted by JesskaMay View Post
    I don't have coeliac disease but I fell pregnant approximately 6 weeks after going gluten free. We had been trying for 10 months and my naturopath told me to cut out gluten and voila! BFP
    Jess, did you continue gluten free while preg?
    I have looked it up and it says that intolerance to gluten can cause mc?
    But then had other info on going back to eating it while preg for bub to build immunity?? I think if I ever get preg again I might continue gf because I dont think I could forgive myself if I had another mc and I new it was from continuing eating gluten
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    Poppyloppy. Just wanted to let you know the choculence bickies are the best. Better than tim tams!!
    Thank monnie for the heads up

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    Ooooo yummy!!! Where do i get them? I love tim tams

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    Coles, in gf section. I had to get something to replace milo and vegemite

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    Kazza i found a great app called 'food switch'. It is australian. You scan the product barcode and it will tell you if it contains gluten. Also gives you gluten free options.

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    Hi I went gluten and dairy free, basically eating a very natural no processed foods for about two or three months before I fell. To b honest I felt great. I also did acupuncture and Chinese herbs the month I fell. We had been trying for about 6 months not long compared to others but long enough to b concerned and frustrated. Go for it, there is lots of research about how foods affect our hormones which obviously in turn affect our fertility. I have several friends who have done the same and have all fallen within a few months.

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    Thanks poppy, sounds great!


 

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