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Dear all

The past 2-3 months since quitting wheat, I have noticed a decrease in major and minor symptoms of Celiac disease (I have not tested). 

Today I noticed something: Usually when I am riding my mountain bike, my eyes fill with water until my sight gets blurry, tears running endlessly, and they stay like that until I am back home. Today they were completely fine, only minimal water running from them. Anyone experienced this?

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On 2/27/2021 at 10:46 AM, penguin11 said:

Dear all

The past 2-3 months since quitting wheat, I have noticed a decrease in major and minor symptoms of Celiac disease (I have not tested). 

Today I noticed something: Usually when I am riding my mountain bike, my eyes fill with water until my sight gets blurry, tears running endlessly, and they stay like that until I am back home. Today they were completely fine, only minimal water running from them. Anyone experienced this?

I've been 100% gluten free almost a year now. In my first 4 mos of navigating my foods and medications I also learned that I was eating Soy Byproducts ...I'm super sensitive to trace amounts of gluten. Also, cheeses, like whey and dairy products can be intolerable for Celiacs. 

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Welcome to the forum both of you! 

So there is a dry eye condition that I recall some celiacs having issues with...perhaps you were in that category? If it was related, then going gluten-free would be the best way to find out. It sounds like the diet may have helped.

Scott Adams

Celiac.com - Celiac Disease Board Moderator

Founder Celiac.com

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