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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I hate noticed a new problems since I was diagnosed. Since then when I get a stomach illness (not glutening) I have a period where I am nauseous in the morning for a while afterwards. It happens every day in the morning. I feel nauseous and sometimes throw up. I was wondering if anyone had any insight into this. Last year when this happened it lasted for 3 mos. I was sick earlier this year and it lasted a couple of days. I was sick Tuesday and Wednesday and it happened this morning (what I first thought was a continuation of the illness). This never happened before I was diagnosed, so it seems like it has to be celiac related in some way.

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May not be related for you, or could be a different food item you are eating, but the same thing happened to me and turned out to be a probiotic I was taking that contained soy.

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Could there be gluten in something you are eating? Maybe spices, cheese, chocolates, etc?

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Some spices have gluten in them, especially bulk ones. Read very single label!!!!! Also try eliminating other grains like corn and see how u do.

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