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Dry Mouth When Glutened?

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I had some gluten in my food last night and all day today I have been soooooo thirsty!!! Anyone else get dry mouth when they get glutened?????

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Absolutely!!

That's one of the symptoms that led me to find out I was gluten intolerant. It happened mostly when I had some rye bread. Even one slice would make me thirsty within an hour, probably like 20-30 minutes. It would last for an entire day, and no amount of water would relieve the thirst. Not even 12 full glasses, which was about as much as I could drink.

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Absolutely!!

That's one of the symptoms that led me to find out I was gluten intolerant. It happened mostly when I had some rye bread. Even one slice would make me thirsty within an hour, probably like 20-30 minutes. It would last for an entire day, and no amount of water would relieve the thirst. Not even 12 full glasses, which was about as much as I could drink.

That's weird because I've had a very dry mouth since I went on the gluten-free diet! Always knew I was backwards! :blink:

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Yea--gluten does make me thirsty. The first couple of months gluten-free, I was thirsty all the time.

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The last time I was really sick because of gluten (last August) I was so thirsty for about 24 hours. I couldn't stop drinking water. The extreme thirst was my first clue that I'd been glutened.

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Yes, it's with me, too. With us during the training drinking is allowed, but not during the belt tests. And I always tell my students to train for that. They look even more strange at me, when I drink during training, because I was glutened. But I'm incredible thirsty then, too. And my mouth is so dry, I can't speak to explain the exercises anymore. :blink:

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Dry mouth seems to be one of my first signs of gluten contamination. It does make it difficult to carry on a conversation :lol: It sounds funny when I speak.

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I have been thirsty all the time for the past three years. I was just diagnosed with celiac disease about 6 weeks ago, and the thirst has subsided some. Seems to be getting better each day. I had mono about 3 years ago and never really recovered. One of my mono-like symptoms, in addition to fatigue and headaches (the primary problems), was thirst. I often wake up feeling hung over. I feel better after a couple of glasses of water. I am hoping that all of my mono-like symptoms are gone after a few more months going gluten-free.

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