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Does anyone else have major nausea during your period?

I made the mistake of eating something... :huh:

back to the floor

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Does anyone else have major nausea during your period?

I made the mistake of eating something... :huh:

back to the floor

sickchick

And since we're on the subject of being glutened while on your period, I have a question. Does anyone NOT get their period until they are 100% 24/7 gluten free? I was always on the Pill, got my period like clockwork. I went off the pill and now I don't ever get my period. Again, it's been 62 days since my last period. Is this common? (Side note: I am not pregnant; I got tested at the Dr.)

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I don't know much about not getting your periodbecause of celiac, but I used to get the worst nausea when I hadn't figured out my celiac yet, because of all the diarhea cramps. I sometimes still get it when I have period cramps, the cramping of your uterus can affect your intestines, causing nausea from the riling up of everything, is my understanding. For me, it usually goes away when I take Imodium. Sickchick, do you also have maybe diarhea with your period?

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And since we're on the subject of being glutened while on your period, I have a question. Does anyone NOT get their period until they are 100% 24/7 gluten free? I was always on the Pill, got my period like clockwork. I went off the pill and now I don't ever get my period. Again, it's been 62 days since my last period. Is this common? (Side note: I am not pregnant; I got tested at the Dr.)

Have you lost a lot of weight prediognosis and after going gluten-free? That may be causing your trouble.

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I don't know much about not getting your period because of celiac, but I used to get the worst nausea when I hadn't figured out my celiac yet, because of all the diarhea cramps. I sometimes still get it when I have period cramps, the cramping of your uterus can affect your intestines, causing nausea from the riling up of everything, is my understanding. For me, it usually goes away when I take Imodium. Sickchick, do you also have maybe diarhea with your period?

No I actually normally don't get diahrrea with my period. And when I do get it I can eat like 6 Immodium and it's like I didn't take anything at all... nothing I take stops my diahrrea. It's awful.

I am still not gluten-free at this point too b/c I haven't been tested, that is scheduled very soon.

Jewi00008 it could take a while for your body to adjust and readjust after being on the pill. Good luck you must be very frustrated!

Thanks everyone for your replies :) lovelove

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i used to get severe nausea and D just on the first day of my period. i would wake up and literally not be able to move or eat anything for hours. at the time i was under a lot of stress and thought that it could be related to that so i quit my job (in addition to other reasons why). after that it got a little better. then four years later i was dx'ed with celiac and now i find that i get continual mild nausea after i ovulate for a few days but nothing near as horrible as what i had before. oh i don't miss those days AT ALL!

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Ack poor thing! Thanks alamaz

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