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      • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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    1. Suziewoo added a post in a topic Gluten And Vertigo   

      Dear Rick

      That is an interesting question. Nine weeks ago I started with upper abdominal pains and flatuence but also generally feeling awful, ill, tired, weak and watery - looking back the feeling of general unwellness predates the abdominal problems. BUT, since before Christmas I have been taking a nasal spray for severe vertigo. Anyway my GP referred me to the hospital where I've had blood tests and am awaiting a scan, this morning had an endoscopy (not as awful as you read on google!), The upshot is I'm told they are testing for celiac disease - I was amazed to see on the internet that vertigo can be a problem with gluten intolerance. So you may be right. All the Best,

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