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I skipped breakfast and ate what I THOUGHT to be a safe lunch. 30 minutes after eating I have explosive (you can guess the graphic insert here), along with belching and some mild discomfort. I guess my question is this: Is it possible to have a reaction THAT fast? Or is it from something I ate yesterday? Needless to say it ruined ALL my plans for the first beautiful day all winter.:-( I don't dare leave this house. I'm so bummed...

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That happened to me last night and the day before after eating what I KNOW is a safe meal. I made it myself and it was simple meats and vegetables. So I have no idea. I feel like my body has gone haywire since going gluten free a month ago. Some things are better but some are not, and a few instances have been worse. I wish I knew what was going on, but I don't. All I can do is hope that it's part of the healing process.

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It sure can!!

I've been gluten free for years... and just recently, I've been reacting to everything it seems! I've cut myself back to only fresh foods... mainly lean meats, fruits and veggies. I'm wondering if my body isn't finally rebelling against all the carbs and grains (albeit gluten free ones) I am totally addicted to!! I'm taking a break from them for a while and have noticed improvement already!

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I know with me it can happen withen 15 min. after eating something. It is good and it isn't nice. I would trade you the explosive (insert visual here) for what I get. I have a reaction for 4+ hours of none stop crying and feeling as though someone is in my gut trying to rearrange myinsides by stabbing me. Luckely, my mom has found these dietary pills on line that reduces the time of my reactions when I have them. My gastroenterologist doesn't approve of them because she has never heard of them before but as far as I'm conserned if it works i'm going to use it!

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That happened to me last night and the day before after eating what I KNOW is a safe meal. I made it myself and it was simple meats and vegetables. So I have no idea. I feel like my body has gone haywire since going gluten free a month ago. Some things are better but some are not, and a few instances have been worse. I wish I knew what was going on, but I don't. All I can do is hope that it's part of the healing process.

My body went haywire for several months, calmed down, and then...well, I backslid. And the past two months, even though I'm back to be completely gluten free, it's still a little bit "off"--including what you're describing. I've figured out that, for me, this is how my body makes certain that it's no longer toxic. It's annoying, but it's its healing process.

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That happened to me last night and the day before after eating what I KNOW is a safe meal. I made it myself and it was simple meats and vegetables. So I have no idea. I feel like my body has gone haywire since going gluten free a month ago. Some things are better but some are not, and a few instances have been worse. I wish I knew what was going on, but I don't. All I can do is hope that it's part of the healing process.

Any possibility of cross contamination from a serving/cooking utensil or pan, maybe a countertop or silverware drawer or spoon rest?

I know I've been trying to do this gluten free thing as best I can, but I haven't had the chance to go and de-gluten anything in my kitchen or scrub my stove top or countertop or clean out my silverware drawer. I've been using a lot of tin foil and paper towels to keep my food gluten free, and washing a lot of stuff right before I use it.

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Thanks for the input everyone. I guess there is the possibility I cross contaminated myself somehow. My daughter eats a PB & J everyday on normal bread. I'm careful, but who knows! I'm ok now.

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