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What are your casein issues like? Is it the same as your gluten issues. I have been getting migraines since trying milk. Also cramping way down low.

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I can tell the difference between gluten and casein for myself, with gluten I do not get cramps but anything that comes out of me is like pure acid even my tears get acid. Casein I get severe cramping and nausea also. Both are bad and both leave me in the bathroom for hours and hours.

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I don't get migraines, but it's like instant brain-fog, sometimes just mild dizziness and nausea, sometimes a headache. It really affects my sinuses. I don't usually get cramping, but often turns into bad C and/or D (yes, both at once sometimes. Sounds wrong, but it happens)

Like gluten, it causes different reactions in everyone.

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Mouth feels like cotton, especially tongue, and general blah feeling. Not sure if it's casein or just general milk protein, but it's all the same in terms of what I eat.

I should also note that this comes from sure experience. I haven't been nearly as careful about dairy as gluten, so I have quite a few examples of when I ate something with dairy that I shoudln't have. Most notably empire theatre popcorn.

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I get headaches with milk, I know I have a milk allergy, but not sure if it is the casein or whey protein or both that I am allergic to. I also get anxiety after ingesting milk. My gluten issues are not the same I don't think and honestly I don't know if my gluten issues are as bad as my dairy issues. I am still trying to sort all of it out though and right now it is a mess. ;)

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I have a hard time telling the difference.  I have been waffling for several week on whether I am or not.  I thought is made an improvement but then the day I had dairy might have just been a icky PMS day or something.  I have been off gluten for four months now and all my symptoms have gone away except for hormonal bloating (I am assuming) and sudden flared up acne after being off gluten for 2 months.  Maybe a need to wait longer than four months before messing with other food allergies.

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