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Delayed Reaction To Gluten?

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Is it possible to have a delayed reaction to gluten? My daughter had 2-3 pieces of a dish that had gluten in it on a Tuesday, and didn't complain of a stomach ache until Friday and Saturday. It was at its worst Saturday night. She's only been on the diet since August, and this was the first known exposure.

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Lisa

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I am sorry to hear that your daughter is sick. It is a horrible feeling to watch your kids not feeling well.

For me, the reaction is within an hour to an hour and a half. However, for my Mom (not confirmed celiac disease just feels better gluten-free) her reaction can not appear for several days.

I think each of our bodies is so different it is hard to come up with a solid answer.

Hez

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It could well be. How old is your dd? When we first realized my son was allergic to soy, the first symptoms we noticed were typically 3-4 days after soy ingestion. As he got older, and we became more savvy to subtle (and not so subtle) early symptoms, we found we could tell within 12-24 hours that he'd eaten some. Symtoms are still worst for him 3-4 days out though.

Merika

(ds is also gluten-free)

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I have Type II, Delayed Food Reactions - gluten among many. I have reactions anywhere from a couple of hours to several days. As the symptoms are not indentical for each reactive food I can tell (usually) what set it off - therefore know how long a time from exposure. Claire

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Dd is turning 4 next week. We thought maybe it was a virus because she had red dots (raised) all over her body and that's what the GI NP said it probably was. But now she's complaining of stomach aches again. Her stomach looks bigger (both my husband and I noticed this independently) and she keeps complaining about her stomach hurting, and even got teary a few times. So maybe this is exposure? I have no idea and also of course don't know how she could have gotten exposed. This is so hard!

Lisa

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