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The Eggs, The Milk Or Both

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I'm still waiting on the bloodwork to come back, but since the bloodwork on Monday I have been gluten-free or to the best of knowledge of I have been. My stomach has felt better each day and this morning really good and went to bathroom "normal"....until I ate breakfast....and for the first time this week I ate 2 eggs, glass milk and bacon....

What a mistake...within 15 minutes I had to run, RUN, to the bathroom and it was the "D"--- which I have not even had from the beginning....it's like the food just went straight through me and was YUK....

SO you think it was the eggs? The milk? or Both?

And now I feel crappy and tummy is kinda crampy, and little shaky feeling and having to take deep breaths..... This is just the craziest stuff...

What would you do?

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I'm still waiting on the bloodwork to come back, but since the bloodwork on Monday I have been gluten-free or to the best of knowledge of I have been. My stomach has felt better each day and this morning really good and went to bathroom "normal"....until I ate breakfast....and for the first time this week I ate 2 eggs, glass milk and bacon....

What a mistake...within 15 minutes I had to run, RUN, to the bathroom and it was the "D"--- which I have not even had from the beginning....it's like the food just went straight through me and was YUK....

SO you think it was the eggs? The milk? or Both?

And now I feel crappy and tummy is kinda crampy, and little shaky feeling and having to take deep breaths..... This is just the craziest stuff...

What would you do?

If you have intestinal damage due to Celiac, any food will bother you until you are gluten free long enough that some healing can take place.

It's often recommended that you eliminate milk/dairy for several weeks until you can heal.

For the time being keep your meal simple and be careful about cross contamination with used toasters, wooden spoons, scratched pots and pans, shampoos, lipbalms/stick, creams, meds, ....ie. anything that can hide gluten.

Take this time, while you are awaiting your results to study here about the diet. This is an invaluable site. It does get better.


Lisa

Gluten Free - August 15, 2004

"Not all who wander are lost" - JRR Tolkien

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If you were eating turkey bacon, some of those can have gluten, I think.

My vote would be for the milk as the culprit --------

or you might be coming down with a "bug"----


CeeCee

Allergic to: wheat, peanuts and Penicillin

1995 severe anaphylactic reaction to Wheat

Gluten free since Sept. 2006

"Failure is only the opportunity to begin again, more intelligently"--- Henry Ford

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Eggs can also be the culprit. I have a severe reaction to eggs, which I noticed and removed well before we ever figured the gluten thing. I still to this day can't eat eggs straight. I don't have an allergy to them, they just destroy my stomach.

That being said, many people have issues with dairy their first few months.


Positive Bloodwork 7/8/05

Inconclusive Biopsy 7/20/05

gluten-free since 7/23/05

Never felt better.

"So here's us, on the raggedy edge, come a day when there won't be room for naughty men like us to slip about at all. - Malcolm Reynolds"

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Did you cook the bacon & eggs in a non-stick skillet or cast iron skillet that you usually cook gluten foods in?

I would say it was the dairy. Better to not eat dairy for at least 6 months - well really I think dairy is awful on its own & people should not eat it. dairy does NOT give you strong bones & teeth - that is an advertising myth. Dairy blocks the calcium from being absorbed from other foods.

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