All of this information has lead to the shift in our diets (yes, all of us because I can't just change meals for just one very easily now can I?) and to family members thinking I should be sent to the local funny farm....and on occasion I think checking myself in might not be a bad idea.
Finally, 3 months ago when Girl went in for her yearly sports physical (yes, I said SPORTS PHYSICAL) the doctor ask me if there was anything about Girl that concerned me. On a whim I took a chance and said yes. I told her I thought Girl might have a gluten and or dairy intolerance and that I would like food allergy testing done. At first she scoffed at me and told me I needed to see my PCM, and that this wasn't her lane. But in the best Texas charm I could muster I told her not to worry about it - that I didn't expect her to do anything since not one doctor has help us yet, not even Girl's PCM, but it was worth a shot. I must have gotten under her skin because she looked at Girl's file and started asking questions. 30 minutes later I walked out of her office feeling better than ever. This doctor listen. I mean REALLY listened. AND she helped! She even made phone calls - several of them. I left with an appointment to a specialist at a top ranked hospital in Seoul. Several months and many test later we are closer to an answer. Unfortunately, it was not a gluten or dairy intolerance.