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New Symptoms Once Gluten Free

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hello all, I have been gluten free since March of this year. My symptoms have always been fatigue, body ache, nausea, brain fog. Since being gluten-free after 3 months, I have now had these awful bouts of vomiting. Just all is a sudden I will get nauseous like someone punched me in the stomach and then I hit the floor running to the bathroom as fast as I can. I had to pull over once because I wasn't going to make it home. 3 days ago I had dry heaves every 15min for 2 hours! I found out it was a med. change that did it. Anyway, I was never like this before when eating gluten and now that I am gluten free? Why now? I follow a Vegan diet, so no dairy. The episodes pass usually one to two hours after starting then I am all done, just wiped out. Has any one ever had anything like this happen to them?

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Sadly reactions to gluten can change over time. Once I stopped eating gluten I added serious depression and anxiety to the list of symptoms I get when glutened, even though I did not have them before. And they don't both come every time I get glutened. I'm glad you figured out that it was the med change that caused you the problems.

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I've only been gluten-free for 5 weeks and am now having stomach issues. Last Friday night I vomited violently-did not think I was going to be able to catch my breath at all. I frequently have stomach aches. I don't know if I am getting gluten somehow or what the problem is. I hope it gets better.

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My daughter was glutne free for about 5 years and then she would start this vommitting cycle. It was so bad she needed to be hospitalized for dehydration.

She was diagnosed with Eosinophilic Esophagitus. Some of the top suspect disorders that an endoscopy can rule in or out.... parasite infection, physical deformatiy, hernia, H. Ployri, Eosinophils, Celiac damage, and the list is quite long and I'm having a hard time remembering.

Gallbladder problems are related to Celiac, but I believe there would be different tests for that.

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