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Could I Be Feeling Symptoms 3 Days After Eating Gluten?

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hi everyone -

my huzzband and i went to

a friend's house for a bbq on sunday.

(its now wednesday.)

our friend asked me if there

was anything i couldn't eat

besides gluten --

so i thought i was safe!

we ended up having a delish

flank steak (no hamburgers and dogs

at this bbq!)

well, i was helping our host

cut the steak before we sat down

and i asked what

she used as a marinade...

herbs, seasonings...SOY SAUCE!!!!!! : (

i didn't know what to do -

(i know now that many ppl dont

realized exactly what gluten is,

so i need to be more

CLEAR next time)

and i didn't want to be rude.

so i ate the steak.

(i am not sure what got into me,

i NEVER knowingly ingest gluten!!

but it did...)

and afterwards, i felt fine!

or so i thought...

on tuesday night, i started

to feel pretty crappy -

stomach ache, nausea

and today -- its 100 times worse.

a horrible stomach ache

super nauseas

exhausted

foggy headed

bathroom stuff

ugh, it sucks!

could this REALLY be from the

soy sauce marinated steak

i ate THREE DAYS AGO??!?

i thought that if i ate gluten

(esp after being glu-free for a year now!)

that i would feel the effects right away.

is it possible that i am

just feeling the effectS?

???

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I've had it take that long. Usually now its 24 hours or 48. But sometimes 3 days. You know from the symptoms it couldn't be anything else...So sorry to hear you are going through this. I have found taking some of those gluten digesting enzymes at or near the time you have the gluten helps. After the fact, I have found having a couple of repeated doses of baking soda in water helps interspersed (at hour intervals) with apple cider vinegar in water... And then later if no D, detox herbs...

Bea

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Yes it can definately take 3 days. When I did my MD assisted elimination diet he told me to only add foods every 7 days. Intolerances can be delayed reaction. When I added wheat back in on the elimination diet I noticed a couple little things within 24 hours but it took a full 3 days before the D hit. Even 6 years into the diet that is still my pattern. I will notice irritiability and depression right away, and my balance will take a hit and my hair will start to fall within 24 hours, but my D waits for day 3. Every body is different but eventually you will notice your personal pattern.

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I've had the same thing. The weekend before last we were eating out at a restaurant that we use frequently. They know that I can't have gluten and was offered a "special" grilled vegetables and rice. It wasn't printed on the menu so I couldn't check ingredients. Before it was served they asked if it was OK if the rice was fried and not boiled and I was assured it wouldn't contain anything I couldn't have. Anyway, a day and a bit later I felt really off for about 3-4 days - a bit nauseous, night sweats, leg cramps etc. and couldn't understand why. Anyway, were at same restaurant last weekend and the "special" was printed on the menu :"fried rice in soy sauce". I asked if that was what I had had - answer yes. I had to AGAIN explain what gluten free meant and the consequences of a coeliac eating it.

It can be really annoying. Hopefully it wont happen again but just makes you realise that you need to constantly double check.

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My 11 yr old daughter is having a terrible reaction to gluten that I think she got at a restaurant yesterday. this is the longest it has taken her to get a reaction. It has been a long time since she has had any gluten, that must be why this one is bad. Can I ask what gluten digesting items you use Bea? She has been taking acti-zyme.

thank you, Christy

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I've had it take that long. Usually now its 24 hours or 48. But sometimes 3 days. You know from the symptoms it couldn't be anything else...So sorry to hear you are going through this. I have found taking some of those gluten digesting enzymes at or near the time you have the gluten helps. After the fact, I have found having a couple of repeated doses of baking soda in water helps interspersed (at hour intervals) with apple cider vinegar in water... And then later if no D, detox herbs...

Bea

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My 11 yr old daughter is having a terrible reaction to gluten that I think she got at a restaurant yesterday. this is the longest it has taken her to get a reaction. It has been a long time since she has had any gluten, that must be why this one is bad. Can I ask what gluten digesting items you use Bea? She has been taking acti-zyme.

thank you, Christy

I need to get some again. Last time I was in the store I saw some "glutenzyme" I think. There are other varieties just as good that are cheaper. I'll look and let you know. As I recall they are mixtures of enzymes and probiotics.

Bea

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