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I have been gluten free for 5 months now, im one of those that dosent feel any different after being glutened. This past week after eating a few burgers with gluten free bun of course I felt like I was going to throw up. I started dry heaving but couldnt throw up. About a week later I made some breakfast sausages and after one sausage it hit me right away. Again dry heaving but not throwing up. It lasts for about 5 minutes then I feel totally fine. Does this sound normal or could it have nothing to do with celiac disease at all?

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Well, it certainly doesn't sound normal to me nor have I ever experienced it in the two years I've been gluten-free.

Did you prepare these and eat them at home or at a restaurant? I'm thinking the possibility of CC.

How do you normally handle fats? Do you think too much fat is a problem for you (thinking gall bladder problem perhaps???)

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Yes I did prepare and eat them at home. It could be CC since I am the only one that sticks to the gluten-free diet in my home. We do share the same pans and dishes. I was never really worried about it before since being glutened didnt effect me at all. I am always carefull to wash pans really good though.

I handle fats just fine. I could eat anything at all with no problem whatsoever.

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No I dont,not from gluten. Actually, once I got a head rush ( like a high) when I bit into a Twizzlers . I did not realize until to late that the first (or second I dont remember) ingredient is wheat flour .But I do not feel ill instantly. For me , with gluten, it takes about 28 hours before I feel the effects .

But if I ingest soy or corn I react instantly. You may want to look at other ingredients to evaluate if you possibly have another food intolerance .

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No I dont,not from gluten. Actually, once I got a head rush ( like a high) when I bit into a Twizzlers . I did not realize until to late that the first (or second I dont remember) ingredient is wheat flour .But I do not feel ill instantly. For me , with gluten, it takes about 28 hours before I feel the effects .

But if I ingest soy or corn I react instantly. You may want to look at other ingredients to evaluate if you possibly have another food intolerance .

I will look into that. Thanks for your reply. Also I miss Twizzlers so much. I used to eat them all the time!

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Compare the ingredients in both and see what is in common. Anything stand out?

The most obvious culprit is gluten, since you are the lone gluten-free in your house and you haven't been symptomatic.

A gluten reaction doesn't have to be from what you are eating at the moment. I will get stabbing stomach pain for days after a glutening - when I know what I'm currently eating is fine. For me, some foods just irritate my stomach more after a glutening, whereas if I ate them any other time it would be fine.

Being symptomatic ain't what it's cracked up to be, I've found. Btw, gluten symptoms hit me at approximately 6 months gluten-free. I started with a bowling ball in my stomach and it progressed to headache/bowling ball/body aches to stabbing stomach pain and severe muscle cramps. So your thrills may just be starting. Good luck.

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Compare the ingredients in both and see what is in common. Anything stand out?

The most obvious culprit is gluten, since you are the lone gluten-free in your house and you haven't been symptomatic.

A gluten reaction doesn't have to be from what you are eating at the moment. I will get stabbing stomach pain for days after a glutening - when I know what I'm currently eating is fine. For me, some foods just irritate my stomach more after a glutening, whereas if I ate them any other time it would be fine.

Being symptomatic ain't what it's cracked up to be, I've found. Btw, gluten symptoms hit me at approximately 6 months gluten-free. I started with a bowling ball in my stomach and it progressed to headache/bowling ball/body aches to stabbing stomach pain and severe muscle cramps. So your thrills may just be starting. Good luck.

I actually bought a box of frozen burgers. I am just going to buy ground beef and freeze burgers for now on. I will be sure to compare the ingredients if someone in the house happens to buy them again just to try to find out what it is.

I figured I would have symptoms sooner or later. I read once you rid your body of gluten, once you take in a little bit you will start to feel it. I still dont know alot about all that since I never had to worry about it before. Looks like I will have to educate myself a little more. (haha I spelled educate wrong, thank you spell check..)

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I know about a day or so. Well, it's like this. If I'm glutened at lunch time today, I'll feel it first thing when I wake up tomorrow morning. If I was glutened today at breakfast, I'd know first thing tomorrow morning.

If I was glutened today, sometimes whether I sleep or not will be a sign. Sometimes I feel like I've slept, but wake up tired. I can't think of the name right now...because guess what happens when I'm glutened? Brain fog. Guess what happened yesterday? :P

Did I sleep last night? Yes. But when I woke up, what did I feel like? A dump truck.

I suppose it's different for everyone, but for me it's usually a day or the morning after.

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I suppose it's different for everyone, but for me it's usually a day or the morning after.

For me it's about 1/2 hour to an hour for the stabbing pain in the duodenum to start. Then it's all downhill from there...

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For me it's about 20mins, usually just wrapping up at the table and I start to feel it. Ive learned to eat slower now, so if I start to feel symptoms I can stop before I get a full meal of cc in me. It usually last around 3 days.

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For me it's about 20mins, usually just wrapping up at the table and I start to feel it. Ive learned to eat slower now, so if I start to feel symptoms I can stop before I get a full meal of cc in me. It usually last around 3 days.

Thats actually a good idea, I never even thought of eating slower haha im such a noob at this.

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I am not gluten-free yet so I really have no idea if the reason I feel lousy each day is because of what I ate before, or what, but I notice I get very ill within 45 mins of eating and it slowly gets better hours later, leaving.me with a constant.hungover feeling. I have stomach issues, but my biggest symptoms are all sinus like. Itchy eyes, runny.nose, migraine, dizzy, short.of breath, sore throat, ear ache, jaw ache, etc.

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For me it's three hours. I start getting sort of a panicked feeling and then the nausea. However, I don;t think that either your gluten-free bun or the sausage is your culprit -- at least not as far as gluten is concerned.

richard

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