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Frequent Nausea For 4 Months Now....

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I haven't had "stomach" problems since going gluten-free two years ago. But almost exactly 4 months ago I started getting frequent nausea, after meals, at least 3 times a week. It is not always the same meal, time of day, or anything else I have noticed. I have taken pregnanacy tests, I had blood work done (cholesterol is 166!, but insulin levels are a little high, suggesting the early stages of insulin resistance). I am also getting really bad motion sickness, especially in my husbands manual, when he shifts and it jerks a little. It is so weird. I have never been like this before. Anyone have any ideas?


EnteroLab test positive for gluten intolerence and 2 gluten intolerence and celiac genes

DQ2 and DQ3 sub type DQ7 in December 2005

Gluten-free since Enterolab test, December 2, 2005.

Lame Advertisement Test positive for gluten intolerence in Sept 2005.

THEN found out that my fathers mother had nontropical sprue, she passed away at 40 from (stomach) cancer, had holes in her intestines when they caught it. I had no idea....

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Nausea can be a symptom of HypoPituitary. http://www.emedicinehealth.com/hypopituitary/page3_em.htm


Diagnosed May 2006 - Hashimotos Thyroid after being diagnosed in 1977 and told it didn't matter.

Diagnosed June 2006 with adrenal insufficiency.

Diagnosed June 2006 as Gluten Intolerant after I failed the Challenge Diet. Negative blood test.No biopsy.

Diagnosed June 2006 as B12 low. Needed weekly injections for a year.Still have them every 2 weeks.

Trialled Dairy Free Diet and reacted positively to that challenge in January 07.

News Flash! Coeliac Genetic Testing done April 08 . DQ2 Positive !

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I haven't had "stomach" problems since going gluten-free two years ago. But almost exactly 4 months ago I started getting frequent nausea, after meals, at least 3 times a week. It is not always the same meal, time of day, or anything else I have noticed. I have taken pregnanacy tests, I had blood work done (cholesterol is 166!, but insulin levels are a little high, suggesting the early stages of insulin resistance). I am also getting really bad motion sickness, especially in my husbands manual, when he shifts and it jerks a little. It is so weird. I have never been like this before. Anyone have any ideas?

I don't have any ideas, but I just want you to know you are not alone. I have been gluten-free since Feb. this year and the last few weeks I have been feeling the same way. I just got done reading on another post about related problems to Celiac and they were mentioning that soy in the diet can cause lot's of problems and I have been eating lots of soy lately and I have been having a lot of the same problems. I plan on cutting soy out of my diet also and see if it helps all these symptoms. Good luck to you.

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If it's after meals, it makes me suspect a sugar problem. Try limiting carbs, especially if you are eating a lot of gluten-free bread, pasta, and cookie substitutes (I know, ya GOTTA at the holidays! But try anyway, and I bet you'll see a big difference.) Also smaller meals eaten more frequently rather than 3 squares.

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If it's after meals, it makes me suspect a sugar problem. Try limiting carbs, especially if you are eating a lot of gluten-free bread, pasta, and cookie substitutes (I know, ya GOTTA at the holidays! But try anyway, and I bet you'll see a big difference.) Also smaller meals eaten more frequently rather than 3 squares.

I really think you are right. I am going sugar free after new years. I can tell a HUGE difference when I eat a high carb meal and when I don't....


EnteroLab test positive for gluten intolerence and 2 gluten intolerence and celiac genes

DQ2 and DQ3 sub type DQ7 in December 2005

Gluten-free since Enterolab test, December 2, 2005.

Lame Advertisement Test positive for gluten intolerence in Sept 2005.

THEN found out that my fathers mother had nontropical sprue, she passed away at 40 from (stomach) cancer, had holes in her intestines when they caught it. I had no idea....

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my main symptom of hypoglycemia is "nausea". it's not like I feel that I'm going to throw up, but it's definitely an unsettled stomach that does not react well to motion, and is mostly "felt" in my head, though through the stomach. makes total sense, right? anyway, trial and error and research has led me to understand and know that it's a blood sugar issue for me, and keeping *steady* blood sugar levels makes all the difference in the world (even allowing me to go a number of hours without having to eat because I haven't had a spike after a meal).


Tiffany aka "Have I Mentioned Chocolate Lately?"

Inconclusive Blood Tests, Positive Dietary Results, No Endoscopy

G.F. - September 2003; C.F. - July 2004

Hiker, Yoga Teacher, Engineer, Painter, Be-er of Me

Bellevue, WA

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Just to add another possiblility look into gall bladder acting up. If I have a high fat meal I'll get queasy. :huh:

Gail


Gluten Free since Jan. 06

Gluten intolerant. DQ 0301 DQ 0602

Lactose intolerant.

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I have found several culprits for me...but the one that comes to mind is HONEY. I know ... it's supposed to be good for your tummy, even killing off hpylori and other great stuff, help with seasonal allergies, etc. But none of that matters to me, because I don't care about my runny nose when my tummy hurts.

Just a thought.

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