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My sinuses were basically 90% clogged for over 20 years before I went gluten-free. I had gone to allergists, and at one point was giving myself daily allergy shots for food and pollen allergies, but nothing helped until I finally went gluten-free.

So in my case the two were related, although allergy issues are not seen in most lists of celiac disease symptoms.


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Yes my congestion gets worse with gluten as well. Gluten opens up a terrible portal to all kinds of awful for me. Allergy pills alone were not enough more than one Dr suggested netti pot for me.

Also I get really bad esophageal stomach inflammation that looks like acid reflux, but is due to my gluten intolerance. At times in life I vomited very easily as a middle schooler looking back after I ate a heavy gluten focused meal. My late teens,  then all heck broke loose in my early 20s. One time as I climbed in my car after meeting my friends for Olive Garden.  I had not even had time to digest yet. I had no warning of vomit coming it came out with no gag reflex whatsoever-

During my gluten challenge I would get a knot sensation in my throat. My neck and chin area inflammes and swells . So for me at times things come very easily and other times with age things had a hard time going down too.

Yep crazy stories.....

Welcome to the forum and good luck on your diagnosis and healing journey.

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