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Another Wierd Symptom....?!?

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Has anyone ever had a feeling of numbness in their stomachs at night? When I was on gluten I use to wake up in the middle of the night and my stomach would feel numb...it was located mostly on the left side just below my rib cage. It is quite a weird feeling...I think I was just glutened yesterday...because I awoke with that wierd feeling again. It seems to go away as soon as I stand up and burp a handfull of times. Thanks...!

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Well, although I did notice my stomach not feeling right if I had eaten wheat, it was only as I was limiting the amount of wheat that I noticed it. Before this time I was eating tons of the stuff, so my gut was probably just too overwhelmed, and I was too accustomed to it to know better.

Still, it didn't feel like what I'd call numb. It was more of feeling that my stomach wasn't able to do its job - like the digestive process was halted, or greatly impaired.

...it was located mostly on the left side just below my rib cage.

That's where the stomach is located, so I guess when you refer to "stomach", perhaps you mean the whole gut in general?


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The spot you are talking about is ususally associated with gas pains. If you have a large gas bubble there, then it may feel "numb" because it is pushing against the walls of the stomach and not allowing them to touch. Hope is doesn't hurt!


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Oh yes, i would bet a hundred bucks this is a gas problem...i went through this myself, sometimes it hurts, sometimes is a numbing/tickling feeling...hang in there, it will get better!


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