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I think my dinner (7:00) had gluten, but I felt fine that night but started to get the bloating, crampy discomfort at noon the next day and it lasted for 12+ hours. Does anyone have delayed symptoms or do you get immediate discomfort?

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I think my dinner (7:00) had gluten, but I felt fine that night but started to get the bloating, crampy discomfort at noon the next day and it lasted for 12+ hours. Does anyone have delayed symptoms or do you get immediate discomfort?

Hmmm... when I first started gluten free I remember having a weak moment and eating a peanut butter brownie (well, I guess of all things to gluten yourself on, that would be a good one LOL). I was OK that night but then I think the next day I was having some symptoms. Same for a time I had beer... OK that night but then kinda icky the next day. I think its individual. I am also so new to gluten-free that it will probably take me a while to learn to predict myself.

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Iv been glutened once since being gluten free and i reacted Immediately. Then the next couple days were really crappy for me.

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It is not uncommon for the reaction to be delayed. That's one factor in making intolerances hard to pinpoint. As for myself I notice some neuro symptoms within hours but the GI upset usually builds up for up to three days then hits full force with D and severe cramps. That ends in a day but for me the reactivation of my ataxia and arthritis and tendon problems continue for another 3 weeks.

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I get a migraine almost immediately after being glutened, but the majority of the symptoms don't start until later. Gut pain, bloating, and brain fog are about 12 hours later, usually. For me it depends on the amount ingested, really. My reactions never seem to be quite the same and that is what made it difficult to diagnose.

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I get forehead tingles 45 minutes after ingestion, and a migraine progresses from there down my body, shoulders, and then hips over the next few hours. I really feel physically the worst 24-48 hours later as my body starts to ache/cramp/tingle/twitch all over. Lately, nausea (probably migraine/indigestion) have been bothering me on the subsequent days. On day 4-5, my BM's change from the celiac damage, and then I start recovering. Tylenol helps the pain. Tylenol PM helps me get through the roughest nights. Otherwise, I'm up with night sweats, night mares, and heart palpitations.

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I get really tired almost immedietly, about 12 hours later I get REALLY hungry, and the brain fog and depression kick in and hang around for 2 days. Day 3 usually feels like I've swallowed a horse and find it hard to actually eat anything, day 4 I get really itchy but generally feel a lot better.. by day 5 and 6 I usually start to feel "normal" again.

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I get no symptoms until the next day-- so youre not the only one :-)

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