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PostSubject: Hi from Wisconsin    Wed Aug 10, 2011 3:14 pm

Hello! My name is Sharmista. I'm 31, married with 5 kids. We live in Wisconsin. I am doing full GAPS with my entire family (7 of us!). My second child has autism (technically PDD-NOS) and my husband has a nervous system disorder. I have depression. One of my other children has some "quirks" though she has never been diagnosed with anything. My DD has been on the GFCF diet since she was dx'ed, about 8 years now. I had been hearing about GAPS on some of the blogs I read and it sounded like it could help us. We started on full GAPS in April of this year. We've seen positive changes so far. DH has been able to decrease his pain meds, DD has had behavior improvements, and I have more energy.

Anyway, glad to be here! Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Hi from Wisconsin    Wed Aug 10, 2011 3:48 pm

Great to have you here! I love the stories. What does PDD-NOS stand for? Sounds exotic. While we're on the subject of abbreviations, I've been trying to figure out exactly what DH is. Dear husband? That's great that in four short months (I'm sure they felt long, but four months as opposed to years of troubles!) you were all able to improve so much. Do you see any intro in your future? Have you done it before?
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