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Decided To Test Dairy After 6 Months

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When I went off gluten, I also went off dairy. I kept testing gluten because it was so hard to eliminate gluten, so I knew beyond a doubt I had a reaction to that. But I never did test dairy because I was feeling so much better and why mess with it. Why mess with it indeed.

Decided to get a latte after church today. Now I feel completely drunk, my husband is out of town...and it's a beautiful day where I live and I'm stuck inside because I have to be close to the bathroom. Waiting for my joints to swell.

I am clearly an idiot. Advice for getting over this quickly?

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I'm wondering if you got CC'ed from something in the latte. I would suspect that for a drunken feeling before dairy. Stick clear of the gluten for a few weeks againk, then retest dairy with a little cheese on a salad or a bit of cream in the coffee. If that goes well, then try some yogurt or ice cream.

I'm sorry you are feeling so badly. I have no advice for drunken latte symptoms. Hydrate and sleep.

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For me, L-glutamine stops symptoms in a real hurry. I take it in chewable form. I just shove a bunch (5g or more!) into my mouth and the symptoms are gone within like 10-20 minutes. That's been my experience. I keep the bottle around just in case I get glutened or dairied, but I'm now taking 1.5g a day in the hopes of rebuilding my intestine and reducing future symptoms as well.

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I'm wondering if you got CC'ed from something in the latte. I would suspect that for a drunken feeling before dairy. Stick clear of the gluten for a few weeks againk, then retest dairy with a little cheese on a salad or a bit of cream in the coffee. If that goes well, then try some yogurt or ice cream.

I'm sorry you are feeling so badly. I have no advice for drunken latte symptoms. Hydrate and sleep.

I'm considering dairy now. I have low-fat lactaid milk every day...about 2 cups...no problem that I know of. But, I've recently been eating yogure (plain, low- fat) and am having some problems.

Also, I've been using fresh ginger lately and that's upsetting my stomach..making it burn.

Suggestions?

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Good luck, I can't tolerate dairy at all, the last time I tried (with goat cheese) I had intestinal bleeding, I was so sick! I don't know what to take to make it better except avoid dairy all together.

Feel better! Also watch out because you might be reacting to soy too. Dairy/soy can sometimes go together as far as intolerance goes.

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Good luck, I can't tolerate dairy at all, the last time I tried (with goat cheese) I had intestinal bleeding, I was so sick! I don't know what to take to make it better except avoid dairy all together.

Feel better! Also watch out because you might be reacting to soy too. Dairy/soy can sometimes go together as far as intolerance goes.

I'll second that. I can't do dairy or soy.

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