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Kristiceliac

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Idk if this is the correct way to ask a question on here but I couldn’t figure it out lol but I was diagnosed with celiacs disease about 2 and a half years ago and I have been okay since then I have been what I thought has been a completely gluten free diet and am really good on stayin on top of my diet but I have recently been getting vertigo and a burning feeling in my stomach as well as bloating! I don’t get diarrhea just serious bloating and abdominal pain! I’m always having some kind of issue and want help because it’s horrible and painful. I am tryin g to cut dairy out of my diet because I am lactose intolerant but not bad, but this is just now happening. Anyone else getting symptoms like these?:/ 

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 Yes, I had to do more than gluten free for other food sensitivities and get foods from companies free of gluten and soy.  A wild diet (see Teri Cochrane's work) has finally seemed to solve all of my issues.  I wish you well on your journey.

Dee

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