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  1. I came across this, while googling "how long after eating gluten it takes for effects to take place" because I ate some thai sandwhiches 2 days ago. I was noticing slight stomach ache. My reason for responding is that I used to have very strong stomach pains, allways in the same spot, in the middle above the belly button. Worst was about every day or every other, sometimes so bad I could only go to sleep. I went to doctors who perscribed different medicine, but nothing helped. One day I was having the regular upset stomach, when I decided to attend my Korean yoga class. There were these stomach exercises they do there. And I thought that I woulnd't be able to do them or that it would be bad. On the contrary, the instructor made me do them, and in 10 minutes the ache was gone. So whenever I have the ache coming, I do the excercise, even if it takes an hour, it goes away. I tried to find video, but so far couldn't find one. You lie on your back, breath deep in and out. Make big stomach when inhale, and then when you exhale, make it small. Also when exhaling with your thumbs make downward motion across your belly. You do four phases, one with legs straight, one with legs bent, and third with rump off the floor while legs are bent, and fourth, back down with legs straight and just gentle breathing. Each phase about 5 min. Eventually your belly will start to make gurgling noises during the excercise, the more the better. So this helped me, and I still don't know what my problem was, but maybe this may help others.