From my other thread I made asking if this was normal to get strike by Celiac so fast, I am now making this thread.
I am asking how fast Celiac hit you? Did you get symptoms that went undiagnosed for a long period what is it more gradual or did it just all happen so fast?
In my case it went like this, I was completely fine then one day I started feeling bloated, so I tried to look into what was the cause, I had constipation too and so I tried to eat multiple stuff,yogurt,avocado and honey, I pretty much tried all the food that pretend to help your constipation and intestines. I also decided to cut all the heavy food, so I cut bread,noodles,rice and kept the cereal, cereal were from wheat, but cutting all that heavy food for a week and eating less helped quite a bit.
So I proceed to reintroduce all that slowly in smaller portions, 3 slice of bread instead of 4, adding peanut butter, noodle and boom, bloated hit me again, then I started getting my heart rate going low, felt like I was gonna get an heart attack. I would get nauseous if I wouldn't eat every 3 hours, never got to puke as I always kept eating.
Proceed with this misery for about a month went to my chiropractor who did nothing to help and then later that month I went to see my family doctor who said I could be gluten intolerance and recommended quitting, no test, no more then a piece of paper telling me to abstain from wheat,barley,rye and oats.
Then went into a 1 month gluten free diet and at first it didn't change much but 2 weeks into it I was good, no more cramps,constipation, then I started feeling severely tired so I went for no grain except rice,no bread and veggies diet, been at this for 4 weeks and it only went downhill from there.
I had to cut exercise,neck pain,difficulty to walk and cut oatmeal.honey,peanut butter,milk,weed,coffee and breathing became extremely difficult, exhausted all the time. I am still new to this and going to see the doctor and see what I can do to get this checked, it could always be something else as other as pointed out, so what about you how did it go for you?