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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Dairy Intolerance ?
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Is it normal to get a reaction to dairy 2 days after ? I have been dairy free now for about 3 weeks. I had some on Saturday and today have bad stomach and gut cramps and D. I also had potato chips last night and am not sure if its a new nightshade intolerance, or Dairy.

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It could take up to two days for a reaction yes. Usually you have minor reactions before hand. Something like sneezing, stuffy nose etc.

Could also be cc with the potato chips.

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No runny nose or sneezing - just abdominal cramps and D. The potato chips were home made from potato and cooked at home in oil that is guaranteed gluten-free. Nothing else in my diet has changed - except for the dairy 2 days ago. I just wondered if cramping was a symptom ?

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Yes, I've had reactions two days later. A day later. Sometimes three days later. For me, dairy causes mainly stomach problems.

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That's what I am feeling now. It feels like someone has punched me in the stomach. Have the tired foggy achey all over feeling too.

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That's what I am feeling now. It feels like someone has punched me in the stomach. Have the tired foggy achey all over feeling too.

Dear georgie,

Dairy intolerance can make you feel as bad as if you were glutened! My doctor told me about that. She said casein is bad about that. Reactions can be delayed. They can take up to 3 days after ingestion for symptoms to appear! I tend to have a delayed gluten reaction. It can take me up to 12 hours to react to it.

My mother does not tolerate dairy well. She can get diarrhea and stomach cramps from it.

Gas is common with it as well. Bloating normally accompanies this. I hope this answers your question.

Sincerely,

NoGluGirl

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