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  1. Hi - I am relatively new to this site (posting at least) and just wondered if anyone else had a similar problem. I have been gluten-free for seven months with no problems until recently. Within the last few weeks, I've noticed that I've become extremely lactose intolerant. I always knew that milk and dairy products occasionally upset my stomach so I would stay away. Now, if I have just a little bit of dairy, I feel extremely unwell. I'm confused because I thought going gluten-free would probably help the lactose intolerance. Perhaps it's coincidence, but I just wondered if anyone else had a lactose intolerance worsen after going gluten free. I appreciate anything you can share!
  2. Hi - I am late for your original post, but I just joined the forum this evening. I am on my fourth round of clomid. Every single time, I had a different reaction to the medication. The first one was purely emotional with very few physical symptoms. My third round - I was incredibly bloated. Called the doctor who told me to put my feet up and rest as he was worried about overstimulation of the ovaries. This last round made me quite dizzy. I know it's frustrating when you want to be pregnant and all you get is a bunch of nasty side effects! I was gluten-free when my first child was conceived. For some reason, I went back on the gluten when she was born. Have been trying to conceive a second child for almost two years now. I just recently heard about the gluten/fertility connection and am once and for good gluten-free. Best of luck to you. Clomid is not fun.