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Just Starting gluten-free, Wondering About Stomach Pain
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I've just recently been diagnosed with celiac (about 5 days ago) and have been eating gluten-free (except for accidental ingestion as we try to figure out how to do this with our family). My stomach is really hurting! Is this normal in the beginning? I know that everyone probably has different reactions, but was wondering if this is normal? It's kind of like my stomach area is very sore, but it just feels off. This symptom started after about 24 hours on a gluten-free diet.

 

 

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Anne

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