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Symptom Of Cd Or Something Else?
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When my stomach is completely empty, I get really, painfully bloated. Like, looking pregnant bloated. Is this another symptom of celiac disease? It's really irritating, because being gluten-free has gotten rid of my bloating, except when I'm starving!

Thanks in advance!

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Your post struck a cord, I also get bloated when my stomach is empty, wish I could help you but just wanted to let you know that you're not alone.

It's even worse if I do exercise and my stoamch is bloated, I just posted about almost the same thing.

Liezl

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I don't think this has anything to do with celiac disease. Eat small meals or snacks more often.

richard

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If you let your stomach get too empty you can get sick-that's for pretty much everyone. However, the bloating and all of that are symptoms of celiac...and I know before I was gluten free I found it extremely hard to eat and I would have nausea all the time.

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Kaiti, I find it interesting that at your age, you had mostly nausea as a symptom. I am 49 now but had been sick for 20 years or so. The main symptom I had for a long time was nausea and dizziness. I was told it was allergies. It wasen't until 2 years ago, when my symptoms worsened to D (frequent and urgent), anemia, depression, anxiety, wt. loss, tingling, etc. that I was able to get a DX. For so many years I had no idea what was wrong with me. Thank goodness you found out at a relatively young age so you can do what you need to do to be healthy. BTW--I know this is off topic, but are you still looking for recipes for your book? If so, I have one!

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