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Ate Gluten Free Chex, Now Throwing Up Blood?

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Okay, so I think I jinxed myself. I was JUST on a forum about gluten-free Chex and said how I have never been sick from any.

Well, two hours later I am throwing up (gluten symptoms as well), and I am throwing up more than my chex... There are spots of blood all through-out it.

Is that normal at times to throw up blood? Or do I need to go to a doctor?

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I started feeling a little funny after eating them, and looked up Chex on here. And it turns out that others had been sick from it.

Now, two hours after eating it, I am having my normal gluten symptoms, and also throwing up blood.

I contacted General Mills, and they said they are going to have someone look into it.

Just be careful.

The exp date on these was 07 JUN 2010 - So, just be careful of the Cinnamon Chex.

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I started feeling a little funny after eating them, and looked up Chex on here. And it turns out that others had been sick from it.

Now, two hours after eating it, I am having my normal gluten symptoms, and also throwing up blood.

I contacted General Mills, and they said they are going to have someone look into it.

Just be careful.

The exp date on these was 07 JUN 2010 - So, just be careful of the Cinnamon Chex.

Sorry you're having trouble! Off topic, but I noticed your signature. Chebe makes a roll/breadstick mix that you add cheese to. They taste just like the breadsticks you mention. I bought it at Whole Foods.

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Yum! Any chance Pizza hut marinara sauce is gluten-free?

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I've been wanting to try that Chebe stuff! As for the sauce, I wouldn't chance it, you could make your own so easy!! Just open a small can of tomato sauce and add italian seasonings to your taste, like garlic, basil, oregano, parsley, etc, and let it simmer for a while to blend the flavors! You could evne add some dry red or white wine, adjust everything until you like it. Now I want breadsticks and sauce, thanks a lot!

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I've been wanting to try that Chebe stuff! As for the sauce, I wouldn't chance it, you could make your own so easy!! Just open a small can of tomato sauce and add italian seasonings to your taste, like garlic, basil, oregano, parsley, etc, and let it simmer for a while to blend the flavors! You could evne add some dry red or white wine, adjust everything until you like it. Now I want breadsticks and sauce, thanks a lot!

haha, me too! Now I need lasagna and breadsticks!

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Okay, so I think I jinxed myself. I was JUST on a forum about gluten-free Chex and said how I have never been sick from any.

Well, two hours later I am throwing up (gluten symptoms as well), and I am throwing up more than my chex... There are spots of blood all through-out it.

Is that normal at times to throw up blood? Or do I need to go to a doctor?

Throwing up blood doesn't sound real normal to me. I think I ssw that in the Exorcist movie. Could be an ulcer? Probably ought to see a doc about it. If it is H pylori I think they have drugs for that now.

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Oh man! I would see a doctor about that, just to be safe. Wonder what is up with Chex and why they are making so many sick? Perhaps more than 20ppm of gluten? That's what I think, after our experience. But maybe I'm just too cynical these days, after getting sick from products marked gluten free.

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Yum! Any chance Pizza hut marinara sauce is gluten-free?

Believe it or not, I really like the Hunts spaghetti sauce in a can. It's gluten-free and yummy good with those things. Y'all need to stop talking about lasagne now, because I am starving!!!

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Throwing up blood doesn't sound real normal to me. I think I ssw that in the Exorcist movie.

I remember it as looking a lot like pea soup :P

Becci, I would give the doctor a call regarding the vomiting blood just to be on the safe side :)

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If I continue, I will go. It feels like I also got something stuck in my throat. Feels like metal or glass or something. I checked the bowl I was eating out of, and it has no chips in it.

So I wonder if I got some kind of something from the Chex box as well? That could have been the cause of the blood.

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Doctor, definitely go to the doctors..that is not normal. Thats pretty quick on the symptoms though, it takes a day for me to react.

I hope you feel better! B)

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I would go to the ER. Throwing up blood is NOT normal and you need to get it checked out. Hope you're OK and even if it turns out to be just a gluten reaction, I hope you feel better soon.

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Okay, so I think I jinxed myself. I was JUST on a forum about gluten-free Chex and said how I have never been sick from any.

Well, two hours later I am throwing up (gluten symptoms as well), and I am throwing up more than my chex... There are spots of blood all through-out it.

Is that normal at times to throw up blood? Or do I need to go to a doctor?

I have been eating chex gluten-free cereal, cinnamon and chocolate, all this week and I have been fine.

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I have been eating chex gluten-free cereal, cinnamon and chocolate, all this week and I have been fine.

Me too! just finished a box of cinnamon. I am really sensitive too!

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I started feeling a little funny after eating them, and looked up Chex on here. And it turns out that others had been sick from it.

Now, two hours after eating it, I am having my normal gluten symptoms, and also throwing up blood.

I contacted General Mills, and they said they are going to have someone look into it.

Just be careful.

The exp date on these was 07 JUN 2010 - So, just be careful of the Cinnamon Chex.

I'm super sensitive and I have been eating them as well (though not the Cinnamon ones). I would strongly suggest you get to a Dr. You could simply have broken a blood vessel, or you could have torn something from vomiting and have internal bleeding. Better safe than sorry. I would not wait it out for something like that.

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