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Gluten & Shaking

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I have been getting horrible stomach aches and bloating as of lately and I'm fairly certain it's related to gluten. My question is, the other night I started twitching horribly. It started with my leg and then very shortly my entire body was shaking. As I am typing I feel as though my hands don't want to work with me 100 percent. Has anyone with celiac ever had a problem with uncontrollable shaking?

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I have been getting horrible stomach aches and bloating as of lately and I'm fairly certain it's related to gluten. My question is, the other night I started twitching horribly. It started with my leg and then very shortly my entire body was shaking. As I am typing I feel as though my hands don't want to work with me 100 percent. Has anyone with celiac ever had a problem with uncontrollable shaking?

Two things come to mind from my experience. Extra hydration and B-12.

But depending on the severity of these symptoms, consulting with a medical professional might be in order.

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Two things come to mind from my experience. Extra hydration and B-12.

But depending on the severity of these symptoms, consulting with a medical professional might be in order.

Third is low blood sugar. I have that kind reaction when I start to dip to a dangerously low level. I also lose the ability to speak, and thinking becomes harder.

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Two things come to mind from my experience. Extra hydration and B-12.

But depending on the severity of these symptoms, consulting with a medical professional might be in order.

Is it likely that it could be due to Celiacs, the B-12 deficiency?

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Is it likely that it could be due to Celiacs, the B-12 deficiency?

Sorry about dipping in guys. Abbi000. I have pernicious anemia do to a lack of intrinsic factor. Intrinsic factor is something that if your gut is damaged, it will not be able to produce effectively. Intrinsic factor is needed to use b12. Besides that, even if someone does not lack intrinsic factor, a damaged gut can cause malabsorption of many things.

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