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Anyone Deal With Gastritis?

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I was having severe heartburn which progressed to nausea etc. I eliminated coffee and citrus based drinks which resolved the problem. Recently I started eating Kettle brand Salt & Vinegar chips. They add citric acid and now I am dealing with stomach pain and nausea again. I was diagnosed with celiac disease a year ago and on my endoscopy they saw moderate gastritis with evidence of old blood. Is this related to the celiac disease? I was tested for H. Pylori and that was negative.

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You and I sound very similar--moderate gastritis, acute and chronic esophagitis, no h pylori. Gastritis and Acid Reflux symptoms, and no relief from PPIs, are what eventually led me to my Celiac diagnosis. When I asked my doctor at diagnosis whether Celiac had anything to do with this condition she said, "It has everything to do with it." Since then I have found plenty of internet evidence to back this up.

I strongly suggest that anyone with these problems check out the book Dropping Acid: The Acid Reflux Diet, by Koufman. I know the last thing we all want is further restrictions to our already restricted diets, but if there is a way to accelerate the healing of these painful conditions, it has been worth it to me.

Hope you feel better soon. Probably Salt and Vinegar Kettle Chips is the worst thing you could possibly imagine to eat! If you stay off things like that, maybe that will be all your system needs to keep healing on the gluten free.


Celiac Disease, diagnosed April 1, 2015

Migraines, Esophagitis/Gastritis, Lower Digestive Issues, Osteoporosis, Anxiety, Arthritis, etc--some improving.

DQ2.2 and DQ2.5 trans

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Thank you. PPI's didn't help me either. I am eliminating the chips, kinda bummed about that. They are certified gluten-free, but the citrus just doesn't agree with me. I've had to eliminate nightshades, coffee, and citrus to stop the gastritis symptoms.

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