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Gluten Reactionary Symptoms And Remedies


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#1 glutego

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Posted 17 March 2013 - 05:51 PM

Hello Everybody,

 

Newbie to the community here. 

 

I ate some poutine last night that was apparently gluten free, but my stomach just feels all inflamed and hurting down there.  Particularly in my lower left side.   I've said over and over and have gone through this multiple times;  I cannot trust eating out, it often ends up with me being in quite a bit of pain.


I wanted to see what other's symptoms are like when they know they've come into contact with gluten.  My pain is usually lower left side and sometimes feels like a hook into my butt as well.  Kind of feels like electric spasms or something down there. 

 

Also, does anyone have any suggestions on any remidies or pain relief from a reaction?  I wonder if fasting is my best bet...

 

Anyways, thanks for your help.

 

 


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I ate a hi-gluten banana fritter from Whole Foods, and it was all down hill from there.


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#2 shadowicewolf

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Posted 17 March 2013 - 07:34 PM

Don't fast. Keep meals simple, the type of  things you'd eat when you have the flu (bland, plain, easy on stomach).

 

Heating pads can help with the soreness.


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#3 LauraB0927

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Posted 17 March 2013 - 08:26 PM

My symptoms include bloating, either constipation or D, extreme fatigue, and lots of joint pain.  Drink lots of water, eat rice (or other dry, bland food), and I agree with the heating pad - always helps relieve the cramping type pain for me.  Digestive enzymes and probiotics will help heal your gut and will help with the infamation - its probably best to take these on a daily basis anyway.  Feel better!!


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