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Frequent Heart Burn
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I have been gluten-free since Feb 2011 but in the last few months I have been getting frequent heart burn, even while eating things that aren't typical culprits. Has anyone else had frequent Heart Burn after going gluten-free or is this just me getting old LOL?

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Dang, I had the opposite effect. My heartburn is soooo much better now. Sorry you have to deal with it! And I AM getting old!

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Certain foods will cause me terrible heatburn. Chocolate,coffee tea, anything that is too high of fat, and its heartburn that can last for days. I no longer drunk coffee or tea I try to stay away from high fat and chocolate only once in a great while, plus I can do no dairy. My diet feels very boring to me ....

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It might help to track your foods for awhile (i.e. food diary) so you can try see if heartburn is a result of something particular you are eating. Heartburn can also be caused by lots of other things too, for example, stress (a big culprit), lying down after eating, and/or big meals.

Like bisja, certain foods will cause me heartburn (essentially anything with potatoes in it) and my boyfriend can't tolerate fatty foods very well and also gets bad heartburn when stressed out. The reasons vary from person to person I think.

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I had terrible heartburn and was on Protonix for a good while. I don't know if you're overweight, but I lost 20 pounds and the heartburn disappeared never to return.

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