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Morning Bloating(3 Posts)
Hello. Have been a coeliac for 12 years and always managed it well with only occasional reactions. When I do have a contamination it usually reacts straight away and I would bloat out and have pain within minutes. Recently however, I have started waking up in the morning with a really sore stomach and bloating as if I am having a reaction even though I haven't eaten anything that morning or had anything the night before. Has anyone every experienced any change in symptoms like this or have any ideas what it could be? Do you think it's doctors check worthy?
I was just checking out these boards as I'm having the same problem. I've been diagnosed for 8 years and never had any trouble minus the usual blips.
For the last couple of months I'm getting symptoms again. I'm even lactose intolerant which I haven't been since diagnosis. I'm not longer able to tolerate oats either. I can't trace it to anything but it's getting worse rather than better. I have been under a lot of stress recently which is the only thing that's changed.
Think I'm going back to basics, home cooked r everything and making the house gluten free for a while. Do you have problems with any other foods? I'm wondering if I'm reacting to something else.
Have you checked if anything you use regularly has changed it’s recipe?
You could consider trying a gut reboot with good quality pre and pro biotics
I’ve found switching to A2 milk has reduced problems too
Going back to basic is always a good plan, double checking your safe foods, even a new lipstick with hidden gluten could be a problem
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