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I've been gluten free for over 6 months and have been feeling great! But lately i've been experiencing some really embarassing and terrible smelling gas! Its super embarrassing.....it smells really bad...what could this be?

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Dairy!! That is what causes mine.


Symptoms on and off my whole life

Major symptoms starting 2005

Zero blood antibodies

Gluten free with positive dietary response since April 2007

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Yeah, lactose is what caused mine...it's very common in celiac! I had a lactose test and my stomach blew up like a balloon and I had to take a walk in the hospital car park :wacko:


Menopause symptoms 2004 and complete by 2007 (relatively easy time with this).

Vertigo and balance problems March 2005 (ongoing and walk with a cane).

Tinnitus and peripheral neuropathy August 2006.

Pernicious Anaemia December 2006 (ongoing).

Coeliac disease (blood and endoscopy) February 2007.

Lactose Intolerance (ongoing) February 2007 (lactose test).

HLA-DQ2 Gene.

Diabetes Insipidus (confirmed by 2 x water deprivation tests after four days in hospital) October 2007.

Sinus problems.

Severe pain in hands/fingers/wrists, chronic fatigue, and freqent debilitating viruses (ongoing).

Diagnosed severe arthritis in hands, wrists, fingers, 2008 (x-rays).

Diagnosed as slightly Vitamin D deficient (25) 2008. (bone and muscle pain?)

Yes, it seems I am ready for the knackers yard but don't intend on going there just yet:)

Motto...never give in (or up), stay positive and most of all, retain sense of humour!

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Dairy's the first thing that came to mind for me, too, but there could be other culprits. Any food you're unable to digest properly feeds the bad bugs in your gut and causes gas. Keeping a food journal can help you identify the offending food(s).

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