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Continued Nausea

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Is it normal to still be very nauseous at 3 1/2 months gluten free? How many of you are still suffering with this? My husband is still suffering from nausea several times a week, which is better than it used to be which was everyday most of the day so he has seen some improvement with it. Removed casein, soy and peanuts from the diet also. Any comments would be appreciated. Thanks.

Jennifer

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Well I don't know if it's normal, but I've sure been feeling nauseated for about a month now. I just went gluten free in November and gluten/casein free in December.

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I don't know whats up with the nausea because after about 1 1/2 weeks of feeing better than I have, I think, my whole life I'm nauseas too. Not barfy but just yuckey. Maybe its the caffine. I have given up everything but one small cup of coffee a day. Really itchy too.

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I was definitely nauseaus often for the first few months. Try deglycerized licorice tablets after meals. It helped me a lot. Enzamatic therapies makes it. Also ginger tea helps (Traditional Medicinals is gluten free).

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Yep, I was nauseous for definitely a few months after going gluten free.

You can also make ginger tea with fresh ginger root. Cut up a few pieces, boil them in plenty water and make tea with the water - or just drink it with some honey, yum. The same pieces of ginger will be good for several times, in fact the first time I often find the taste too strong.

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I was nausous for a good 4 months after my diagnosis. I found out I was allergic to soy as well, and once I removed gluten and soy from my diet, I began to feel much better. When I'm really nauseous I drink flat ginger ale and it seems to help a bit.

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Thanks for the suggestions. He has been using Phenergan for the nausea when its at its worst and won't let up but he hates to take anything that he doesn't absoulutely have to. I'm going to give some of these suggestions a try and see if they help. Thanks again.

Jennifer

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I, too, was nauseous for about 3 months after going gluten-free, and pure peppermint helped--either in hard (candy) form or peppermint tea. I hope he feels better soon--nausea is the worst!

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Oh, that's right, I used to drink a lot of peppermint tea as well. I haven't for a while (since the nausea is gone as well) so i forgot...

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