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New Symptoms After Being Gluten Free

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Hello,

I've been gluten free for about 4 months now. My indigestion has dissappeared and I no longer feel tired and moody. This was great until I began having swelling in my abdomen after I wake-up in the morning. Sometimes it is so bad that I look like I'm pregnant. I tend to get some mild cramping with this as well.

I'm beginning to get frustrastrated with this. I have never had this happen before. My doctor wasn't very helpful when I told him my gluten free diet made me feel better, he just said " well is going to be really expensive to eat now". I have been trying to see a nutritionist who specializes in IBS and is able to do skin prick tests for other food intolerances and allergies.

Does anyone have any advice?

Thank you,

Jessica

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Hello,

I've been gluten free for about 4 months now. My indigestion has dissappeared and I no longer feel tired and moody. This was great until I began having swelling in my abdomen after I wake-up in the morning. Sometimes it is so bad that I look like I'm pregnant. I tend to get some mild cramping with this as well.

I'm beginning to get frustrastrated with this. I have never had this happen before. My doctor wasn't very helpful when I told him my gluten free diet made me feel better, he just said " well is going to be really expensive to eat now". I have been trying to see a nutritionist who specializes in IBS and is able to do skin prick tests for other food intolerances and allergies.

Does anyone have any advice?

Thank you,

Jessica

At right around 4 months gluten-free, I started having a lot of bloating, I found that I am lactose intolerant. I was eating the same things I had for the last few months, but the bloating would become terrible by the afternoon, and I had this sour stomach awful feeling. At first I thought it was something else I was eating, but as soon as I eliminated raw milk it was better, but I took a full 2 weeks off from milk, then found I could still have cheese and small quantities of milk (like in baked goods, not ever for drinking anymore).

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At right around 4 months gluten-free, I started having a lot of bloating, I found that I am lactose intolerant. I was eating the same things I had for the last few months, but the bloating would become terrible by the afternoon, and I had this sour stomach awful feeling. At first I thought it was something else I was eating, but as soon as I eliminated raw milk it was better, but I took a full 2 weeks off from milk, then found I could still have cheese and small quantities of milk (like in baked goods, not ever for drinking anymore).

Thank you for the reply. I am already lactose intolerant, I have been since a baby so I don't think that is the issue.

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