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Rachel C

Celiac & dumping syndrome

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I’m 49yrs old & was diagnosed with Celiac disease in December- funny this was that I wasn’t really experiencing typical symptoms- it was discovered through some bloodwork that they were checking on because I have Raynauds. I did have an EGD with biopsies that determined that I did indeed have it. Since going gluten-free, I’ve now experienced some crazy diarrhea & I seem to have Dumping Syndrome which literally has me running to the bathroom about 30 mins after I eat! Is this normal??? I’ve never had this problem before! I’m seriously thinking about going back to eating Gluten!

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If you have celiac disease eating gluten would not be helpful towards your goal, which I hope is your health and well-being, right?

I would keep a food diary, and consider something more akin to a Paleo diet where you eliminate starches and sugars.


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Raynauds.  My kid has it.  Blue fingers and toes.  The only one to wear wool socks in the summer.  
 

 I had anemia all my life. I have two anemias actually. One was genetic.  Doctors blamed my Thalaseemia for my low Hemoglobin.  They blamed menstruation for the low iron.  I went for a colonoscopy when I hit 50 and the GI took one look at my chart and ordered a celiac disease panel.  
 

I had no GI issues in the years prior (had plenty when I was young, but my body adapted).  After my diagnosis, with gluten exposures, I developed GI issues.  I kept a  journal and found a few food intolerances (onions, garlic, lactose).  The lactose intolerance resolved with healing and the others did not.  
 

Look to your diet, do not eat out until you are well, avoid processed foods, and try to identify food intolerances.  Welcome to the forum.  


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