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I've been gluten-free for about 3 months now.. but I've had one reoccurring symptom that is really hard to explain and no one ever knows what I'm talking about. The only way I can explain it is to say that my insides just feel dry. This feeling usually causes my lower left side to hurt. Has anyone else ever experienced anything similar to this?

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Hi cynicaltomorrow,

I too have pain in lower left side that eminates through to my back area, although doctors cannot explain reason for it...the best explanation being the area of pain in the body is not always the source.. ie: it could be coming from somewhere else....strange I know but I'm not a doc.

Aye Yours

BS ;)

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Big Scott: Regarding your back pain....did your doctor check your pancreas? Sometimes when this organ isn't working right, you'll get back aches as you describe.

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Hi debmidge,

thanks for the advice.. I shall mention it to him next visit.

Thanks,

bigscott

Aye Yours.

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Hmm, this would seem to go right along with the Sjogren's possibility that another poster had mentioned.

Stuff like this could also point toward Systematic Candidas. Lupus and Scleroderma would be other possibilities among those w/ shortness of breath and are experiencing these symptoms like Raynaud's.

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Thanks for the reply, red! I was concerned about the bacteria, so I've been taking ProBiotics. I've been feeling so much better! I can even eat dairy now.

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