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Why Good And Bad Days?

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if my bowel movements seem better for 2 days, then they get bad again....eating the same foods....seems to me if they are better, you are improving and should only continue to get better UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHhh

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How long have you been gluten-free? If celiac disease has damaged your intestines, it may take quite a while for symptoms to completely clear up. During that time, they may "just happen" for no apparent reason. I saw immediate improvement, but it took several months for the symptoms to completely go away.

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my diet everyday

protein....eggs, boars head turkey, swiss cheese, chicken, steak, hamburger, etc...

fruits

vegetables

salad

gluten free dressing

almonds

larabars

any ideas??

drink only water

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Three weeks is certainly not enough time for anything close to complete healing.

And even after healing, keep this in mind -- going gluten-free doesn't magically take care of all of life's ailments. People who don't have celiac also have bowel fluctuations and problems.

richard

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Three weeks is certainly not enough time for anything close to complete healing.

And even after healing, keep this in mind -- going gluten-free doesn't magically take care of all of life's ailments. People who don't have celiac also have bowel fluctuations and problems.

richard

my only symptoms were chronic diarrhea on and off for 5 weeks and terrible gas....awful.....just wish it would completely go away and be normal like it used to. I think what finally put me over the edge was a 4 day binge of coronas, pizza and bagels :(:( Next came a stomach flu, chills, fever, diarrhea. Chills and fever cleared up after 3 days...however diarrhea and nasty poops and gas continued and I couldn't understand why. For years I would work out in the gym and not see results i wanted.....i have always been between 110-120, and have recently got up to 134 :( I always had a feeling carbs, now I know gluten didnt sit well with me.....thanks for the info guys...I am just frustrated, nice to know I can come here. thanks again

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