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For the past 2 days I've had really bad headaches and will sometimes get light headed and dizzy. I feel like I can't concentrate.

Are these symptoms of perhaps having had gluten and not knowing it? I just feel so icky!

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For the past 2 days I've had really bad headaches and will sometimes get light headed and dizzy. I feel like I can't concentrate.

Are these symptoms of perhaps having had gluten and not knowing it? I just feel so icky!

For me, these can be symptoms of gluten - but usually only the first day. More often, that is a sign of a migraine for me. If you find you are also light sensitive, that may be the issue. (Though you don't have to have light-sensitivity for that to be the case.)

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It might be from gluten, but I have been gluten-free for about 3 mo and been weak, dizzy, and ligh-headed everyday. From what I read on the board a lot of people say this can be gluten withdrawls. But the symptoms get 10x worse when i eat gluten.

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For the past 2 days I've had really bad headaches and will sometimes get light headed and dizzy. I feel like I can't concentrate.

Are these symptoms of perhaps having had gluten and not knowing it? I just feel so icky!

I have had headaches as well. I have always thought it has been because I wear glasses or something. I do now believe it is because of gluten. Lately I get headaches, "brain farts" alot, and I get gassy.

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What's your blood pressure? Do you have muscle soreness? I have frequent migraines -- I thought they were because of gluten/casein, but I jsut had a medical massage today. She used trigger poiint therapy and worked on some very tight muscles in my neck and shoulders. On the same point of each side when she would push it would reproduce the headache pain almost exactly. I never ever thought it would be because of tight, knotted up muscles, but that seems to be it. Weird. Anyways, I have low blood pressure, and I would usually get them at night or in the mornings when it was particularly low (and after I had ben sleeping on my side for hours, making those same muscles wacky).

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That's funny that this appeared today. My 12 year old son missed school yesterday and was not feeling well Monday with tummy ache, headache, and dizzy. I do feel like he must have got glutened maybe over the Holiday weekend. He feels better today. No fever, no diahrea and no vomiting at any time. I was thinking it might be gluten and then I saw this post. Makes me think it was.

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