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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I'm getting so fustrated lately. Does anyone have a delayed reaction time when eating gluten? How do you know what caused the problem...I had dinner tonight, absolutely NO gluten! (gluten-free Spegetti, Sauce, Salad and Wishbone Ranch)...after dinner I've been in the bathroom three times with the big D! Look back because I've been keeping a food log and I think my reaction time is two days. I think I'm having this problem from something I ate two days ago..this morning I went completely normal...Does this make any sense???

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Some people seem to have a reaction RIGHT AWAY. Mine is always the same. I eat and everything is pretty normal, then I go to bed and wake up with a horrible intense headache, heartburn, intestinal cramping, D, and pain in my jaw joints. It lasts about 24 hours and then I feel ok again. But, it's always after I go to sleep and wake up. I never start feeling it right away. That's just me though...everyone is different. It is good you are keeping a journal. I am starting that too. It's only been 4 months since I've been diagnosed and I am averaging getting glutenated about 1-2 times a month. I think it'll get to the point where you'll know exactly how your body will react and what you ate. Hang in there!

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Some people seem to have a reaction RIGHT AWAY. Mine is always the same. I eat and everything is pretty normal, then I go to bed and wake up with a horrible intense headache, heartburn, intestinal cramping, D, and pain in my jaw joints. It lasts about 24 hours and then I feel ok again. But, it's always after I go to sleep and wake up. I never start feeling it right away. That's just me though...everyone is different. It is good you are keeping a journal. I am starting that too. It's only been 4 months since I've been diagnosed and I am averaging getting glutenated about 1-2 times a month. I think it'll get to the point where you'll know exactly how your body will react and what you ate. Hang in there!

I am the same way when I eat gluten. I go to bed fine and wake up feeling awful. Some times it can be 24 or 48 hours after.

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I feel it the next morning like the two previous posters. It takes my son 2 days to feel it. Boy was that confusing until we figured it out!

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THis wouldn't happen to be Deboles pasta would it? I ate some last night and got really really sick. I emailed them and they don't have ddedicated equipment apart from their whole wheat pasta.

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THis wouldn't happen to be Deboles pasta would it? I ate some last night and got really really sick. I emailed them and they don't have ddedicated equipment apart from their whole wheat pasta.

I eat Tinkyada pasta...which is not the culprit. I've been eating it for six months now. I think I'm having a problem with vinegar...damn...or maybe dairy. I'm going to have to do the process of elimination....this really ticks me off...

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I also take a long time to react. I think that I react about 24 hours after ingestion of the culprit. But I can't be for sure. But that is my guess.

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