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  1. I agree it's really irritating. There is a bakery in our village (I live in France) who make 'low gluten' bread. It's mainly made with buckwheat but it does contain some wheat flour. When I asked her about it, she said that a lady in the village orders loads of this bread to put in her freezer and...
  2. It could be lymph nodes - it's certainly very painful. I don't have pain anywhere else though... Thinking about it before going gluten-free, I did have quite bad adrenal fatigue, caused in part no doubt by the gluten intolerance and inflammation problems. Since stopping gluten, my adrenal issues...
  3. I have been in menopause since I was 47 so my hormonal swings had really calmed down a lot before going gluten-free! I thought that it was usually too much oestrogen that caused breast tenderness and progesterone calmed it?
  4. That is very true. Do you think it could even have an effect on how topically-applied hormone replacement creams are absorbed? The thing is that I'm not 100% sure whether I have Celiac disease or not, as I'm not really willing to start eating gluten again to do a biopsy. My joints and stomach issues...
  5. Hi! I have been gluten-free for six weeks now and in the past couple of weeks have had really bad breast tenderness/pain/feeling of fullness, almost like when I was breast feeding. I'm 52 and hadn't had this problem for a couple of years now. I definitely get the impression that it's linked...