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At My Wits End. Pain!
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Well, I gave in and tried my dairy intolerance yet again. I don't know why I thought it would be any different this time. I have been gluten free for 3 years. They said that I would be able to add back dairy after 6 months. I think I am one of those celiacs who wont ever be able to have dairy again. I started out slowly...Just a little milk in my coffee. That was ok at first but it seems like after a week of doing it, it has built up and caused a horrible reaction. I have cold sores, can't get enough water, backache, severe intestinal pain. Mucus in stool (when there is any) I honestly feel very similar to when I am glutened. Horrible. I guess I react to gluten, corn and dairy all with the same symptoms. I think the last straw was today at lunch, I drank a juice glass of milk. I have the glass in the intestines feeling that I get from being glutened. (I know I wasnt glutened) Can casein feel like this too? It hurts...ugh.

Can casein cause an autoimmune response like gluten does because this is not a lactose issue I am sure.

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Also, can casein cause joint pain like gluten does?

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Also, can casein cause joint pain like gluten does?

According to an article I found on the site here, dairy can cause villi flattening, which would give you the same feeling as gluten.

http://www.celiac.com/articles/50/1/Main-Causes-of-Flattened-Villi/Page1.html

I'm so sorry..but it looks like you may have to stay dairy free? :(

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According to an article I found on the site here, dairy can cause villi flattening, which would give you the same feeling as gluten.

http://www.celiac.com/articles/50/1/Main-Causes-of-Flattened-Villi/Page1.html

I'm so sorry..but it looks like you may have to stay dairy free? :(

Thanks for posting that article. It makes sense now. I guess I am going to join the no dairy ever club! B)

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