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  1. i have been having health issues for a while so i'm finally giving up gluten to see if i'm gluten sensitive and if that's the issue. it's been 48 hours since i've had gluten and prior to this point i had been constipated for months. in the last two days i've gone 6 or 7 times. is my body getting rid of all the bad stuff like a detox? am i doing something wrong or is my body telling me this is right??
  2. ok today is officially one week i've been gluten free and i haven't made any noticeable differences in feeling better. my first question is: how long should i wait to expect changes to occur? am i not giving it enough time? prior to going gluten free one of my issues was constipstion, as well as other health issues usually involving an upset stomach, nausea or an uneasy feeling in my stomach. but since going gluten free i have had a bowel movement different from usual. and today it was more loose and diarrhea like and it is very rarely like that. oh and about half way through the week i got a random rash pop up on one ankle???? advice or suggestions??
  3. Hey all, I am noticing much more stringy / mucus with my poop now that I have gone gluten free (about four days now). I know it can take a while to reverse the effects of gluten, so is this normal? To have more of that mucus than before?
  4. Hi guys! I'm new to the site - apologies if I'm posting in the wrong place or something Female, 18, diagnosed about 4 years ago now. I was a completely silent celiac, and while I had problems with other foods, pasta and gluteny foods were pretty much the only thing I trusted to not cause me any symptoms. Obviously I was very wrong, and I've been keeping gluten free ever since! However, a couple months ago I started having some pretty odd bowel movements. (Here comes the tmi stuff, I'm sorry in advance..) At first it was constipation, and when I did poop it was small, loose, floating, greasy, and yellow. I was also having some upper abdominal pain so I thought it was a liver problem and got checked out - doc said my liver felt inflammed but an ultrasound showed nothing was wrong. Then after a while ito became more solid and less greasy again, but the switching from constipation to loose floating and non-floating stools remained. I still experiended a lot of yellowish mucous however. Now, the last few weeks, they'very turned much much paler. Sort of a light beige-grey. The yellow mucous is still present. I've been having intermittent abdominal pain as well. Both near my liver on my upper right abdomen wrapping around a bit to my back, and a little further down on the left side just above my hip bone. I've also had quite a loss of appetite, and I have nausea that comes and goes. Today, it's sort of turned into a pale yellow/grey mush... there is still yellow mucous present. My stomach feels rather sick, but it doesn't feel like a flu or anything like that. I'm not going to the bathroom all that frequently, but again it's either a constipated feeling or an urgent need to go, back and forth (though the stool is always soft). Sorry about the grossness of all this. Basically, I was wondering if it's possible that I haven't been careful enough recently? Even though I never had any symptoms from gluten before, is it possible that I'm being contaminated somehow and it's causingredients all theset symptoms? I've also been incrediblyou fatigued and weak for the last few weeks but I'm not ill in any other way. And i've been drinking plenty of water. I should also mention that my other food problems don't cause this stuff either. The other intolerances cause severe pain that starts in between my lower ribs and then just kind of spreads throughout my whole body, makes me very very weak and lethargic, makes breathing pretty difficult due to pain, causes my whole abdomen to swell, and lasts between 1 hour and 8 hours. (Triggered by any green vegetables, leafy or not, as well as bananas, pineapples, tofu, lentils, and avocado. I'm also a pescatarian) Anyway... thank you for taking the time to read through this, and any advice would be very much appreciated. I'm getting pretty concerned, and, though I haven't checked, I seem to be losing quite a bit of weight. It's just so terrible to feel so weak and sick all the time, every day... I'm glad to be part of the site now, though! Thank you!
  5. Well... today I decided that in order to truly feel like I was getting some day to day improvement on the toilet front was to take it very serious and start journaling it. I am gluten free since a gluten challenge that ended late Novemeber. I did get glutened by cross contamination in January. I'm still dealing with the terrible "D" on ocassion with just abnormal BM's. Nothing that I would really consider and stable or normal yet. OF course there is an app for this! I have an android phone and downloaded one (For free) that helps me keep track of my BMs (time of day, consistency, volume and pain score as well as a notes option). You could even (although I think I'll refrain from this function) take a picture of your poo. So there you have it. There's an app for everything these days.
  6. Sorry for handing out too much information here, but I really don't know who else to ask on this one. I'm recovering from my last glutening, which was about 4 weeks ago. One thing I've noticed late in my recovery cycle is that my stools get really crazy. The first week after being glutened I get the usual "Big D." Then the next week or two they're normal. Then about week 4 or 5 they become really strange. They feel solid when they're inside me, but when I go to the bathroom, they totally fall apart in the toilet. It's not watery, like diahrehea (sp?), but comes out solid then separates into thousands of tiny pieces. Sometimes some mucus will come out too. I also noticed that when I have these kind of BMs, I have the sudden urge to go to the bathroom and I can't control it, like with a normal BM. So, if anyone hasn't gotten totally grossed out by my post yet and is still reading, here are my questions: Does anyone else have this issue? Is this a normal part of my intestines recovering from gluten or do I need to look to another food intolerance as a cause? I've been gluten-free for 2 years. I'm only doing gluten-free at the moment, but probably need to get rid of the dairy too as I have really bad sinus problems. Could casein be a cause? Do you think this is something I should go see the doctor for? I had such a bad experience when I went to the gastro doctor that I hesitate to go again. But if I need to visit a gastro dr., I can do some looking around and find a better one, I guess. Thanks for any help and advice you can give me. And sorry if I grossed anyone out
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