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I have been gluten-free for almost 2 years now, diagnosed celiac back in 2018. I notice that most of the time when i haven't eaten in hours, i get a pain in my and on the right side right under where my ribs end. a lot of people online say it could be the gallbladder, but I had my gallbladder us about 2 years ago and it was normal. Is there anything else that could be causing this? It's the same place/type of pain I feel when I've been glutened, but it'll have been hours where nothing has gone po. anyone have any other ideas?

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Welcome to the forum. Note that I converted your post to lower case for all capital letters, as all caps is widely considered on the Internet to be yelling. I recommend all lower case instead.

I will assume that you are not accidentally eating gluten, which could cause this, but since it happens on an empty stomach it makes me wonder if it could be an ulcer, or bacterial overgrowth. I would definitely check in with your doctor to rule out some things. It may be time to get a scope done. 

You may also want to rule out other dietary intolerance issues by keeping a food diary to see if there is a link to certain foods you eat.


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I also support Admin's thoughts. I know food intolerances can cause in pain my stomach and gi tract as well.

Welcome to the forum and best wishes.

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