It’s so awful isn’t it. Do you ever get dizziness and a numb face? Mines just awful atm and I constantly think oh it must be something more serious
It’s so awful isn’t it. Do you ever get dizziness and a numb face? Mines just awful atm and Iconstantly think oh it must besomething more serious
Vomiting, passing out, abdominal pain that occurs as soon as my stomach empties into the small intestine (I consume mushy, well-cooked foods then), hives, allergic reactions are way more severe, indigestion, anxiety, irrtability, fatigue, achy body, tingling, become lactose intolerant, constipation, diarrhea. Yep, many things. Symptoms can change too. Celiac disease is like a chameleon. Symptoms for me can last for about six months. Most severe the first week and gradually getting better. Within 4 to six weeks, my ab pain is diminished, but other symptoms linger. I do have autoimmune Gastritis and thyroiditis and those can be triggered by a celiac flare up and can last much longer.
Remember, each gluten exposure can set you back. Personally, I never eat out now except at dedicated gluten-free restaurants. The consequences are way too severe for me to justify a meal prepared by someone else. This strategy works for me. My last endoscopy revealed a healed small intestine.