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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Ok so last year I was diagnosed with gluten intolerance by my doctor. Within a week my digestion was better than it had been my whole life. Within a month I felt amazing, no more stomach cramps, bloating, chronic fatigue, skin problems, tired muscles etc etc. I felt like a whole new person. However 6 months down the line symptoms are starting to reappear. I get incredibly bloated and my stomach swells right up every time I eat. Some foods are worse than others (cheese, peanut butter, crisps, chocolate and other high fat things seem particularly bad) but most things seem to cause some trouble. I also often feel sick after eating and my energy levels are suffering (I’m a competitive long distance runner and my times have fallen through the floor). I’ve been extremely careful with what I eat so I’m sure cross contamination isn’t the issue. Does anyone have any ideas what the cause may be? The strange thing is I felt so good for that six month period that it seems odd that I should now regress. One thing that may be of note is that I’ve had a fair amount of life stress in the last couple of months so whether this may be a factor I don’t know? Any help appreciated!