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Horrible smelling BM & Farts, gluten intolerant?

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Been gluten free for a little over a year, but gluten slipted into my foods that I thought was gluten free. Well a couples months ago I noticed my BM & farts have been smelling like sulfur/ rotten eggs, do you think not knowing about being gluten intolerant for so long made my poops smell so bad? It's really embarrassing to be honest it's horrible smelling 

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I don't think Gluten affects the smell in the intestines that much. I think the combinations of food you eat are more likely affect the smell. Are you eating fruits on an empty stomach. Are you combining meat with bread? Also, I think you should consider having some blood/stool/glucose tests to see if you have a virus/bacteria in your intestines. Bacteria LIKE Helicobacter and Giardia can create unpleasant symptoms. I had such viruses once and I had the worst symptoms ever (including pain and smell). I wish no one this thing.

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