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I've been gluten free for about a week and a half now, and though the symptoms I had were mostly mild (constant stomach discomfort, brain fog, achey hips and legs, no severe pains), I'm just curious when those of you who had milder symptoms noticed them start to go away? My brain fog is killing me, it's causing me to make the silliest mistakes at work and around and I forget things two minutes after planning to do them or remember them. I just want it to go away. Plus the aches and stomach discomfort are still there as well. My pelvis is constantly crampy, possibly more so now that I am gluten free...? I just want some advice I guess. Thanks. EDIT: I've gone gluten free because I had a blood panel positive for celiac and had an upper endoscopy and biopsy that officially diagnosed me with celiac disease.
Hi, I recently was diagnosed as being gluten intolerant. I didn't go through with the biopsy to confirm as having Celiac Disease and the ttg-IgA test came up negative as well. Due to having classic neurological and digestive issues associated to gluten and being suggested by a doctor, I decided to go off gluten and began to see a massive difference. One of my major issues were terrible fatigue, an oversleeping problem were my cycle would 'magically' shift to morning hours disrupting daily activities. Apart from these, I have constant nausea, joint pain, nerve pain tending mostly to the right side of my body, severe memory and thinking problems ( brain fog - this has not improved yet being on a gluten free diet for about 2 months now) , anxiety attacks and chronic mild migraine headache. Exactly 2 weeks ago, I glutened myself accidently and within 2 days all my health concerns came back full swing. I want to know whether it takes this long for the symptoms to reside and whether there is any treatment available for the sleep condition as it severely affects my daily life and my career. My sister who is 14 ( I am 22 ) has similar issues and her doctor just diagnosed her with fibromyalgia. Could I be having fibromyalgia too induced by gluten..or could this be Non-celiac gluten sensitivity? Is there a solidified connection between the two?