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

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  1. AmandaM83 I see this post was back from May. I would love to know how your migraines have improved since then? I have had chronic, debiliating migraines for the last 10 years of teen and early adult years and no one could ever figure out why. I'm on preventatives, birth control and have a few different prescriptions for when I actually get the migraine. I went gluten free about 2 months ago, and the headaches were much worse at first, but i think that was due to the withdrawl (i had VERY bad withdrawl symptoms for the first few weeks) but those have since decreased. However, just had a migraine yesterday that was the worst i've had in over a year. I'm just trying to gauge if it's worth sticking out this diet and if it could really take SO long for me to see my migraines improve.