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#1 castle25

 
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Posted 11 March 2013 - 07:57 AM

I have been gluten free for 9 months and have been doing well.  (I am not celiac, but choose to diligently eat gluten free because of other health conditions.)  However, in a weak moment I ate a piece of cake. Not a small piece, a huge piece.  That was around 10pm two weeks ago and I woke up with a horrible gall bladder type pain (I no longer have a gall bladder.) in my right upper side.  The pain has been constant but is magnified if I eat any kind of solids.

 

The gastro doctor says the gluten probably triggered gastroparesis that I had been diagnosed with about 5 years ago.  But she is doing other tests of course.

 

My question is, could the gluten from the cake be causing all of this even two weeks later?  I am incredibly nauseas, in pain, and still on liquids.

 

Would appreciate your input.  Thanks so much.


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