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How long for the stomach pain to stop?

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A gluten exposure for me can trigger my celiac disease which can cause GI issues for 1 to 2 months.  That means it hurts to digest anything.  I also become lactose intolerant during that time.  Everyone is different.  But if symptoms persist and the gluten free is strictly being followed, you should see a doctor.  He or she can help you determine additional food intolerances, SIBO, gastritis, EOE, pancreas, liver and gallbladder issues, and other autoimmune issues like Crohn’s or Ulcerative colitis.  A gluten free diet is not going to help those issues.  

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Are you asking how long after initially going gluten-free did it take the pain to stop, or if you accidentally get some gluten?

After I got diagnosed it took me 2-3 years to feel normal again, and during that time I would say that the aches, pains, etc., associated with gluten slowly went away. Other foods seemed to also trigger it, even foods with no gluten, so I had to cut out eggs, dairy, corn and tomatoes during that time as well.

When I've gotten accidentally glutened after that recovery period I don't have extreme symptoms, but I take enzymes before I eat out to be sure.

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Just now, DJFL77I said:

Sounds like something you might want to get checked out 

it just from all the internal damage and scar tissue. it just never held or ever little. just something I have to live with. After all not like they can replace my whole digestive track. I have a feeling it wont last long  my body just gives out on me from being worn out and lack of functioning the way its suppose to. 

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