I'm not sure if my problem is with wheat, or gluten in general. Either way, my Celiac test came back negative. "Wheat" issues sort of run in my family. I have another family member who can handle wheat products every once in a while, so I thought I was in the same boat. I ate some stuffing on Easter, and have suffered ever since. I have the foulest gas and crazy canker sores. I just started taking probiotics (think they are helping), have been drinking ginger and peppermint tea, gargling with salt water (for my mouth)... I just want to know what else I can do. I feel awful and smell bad. The diarrhea lasted only a few days after I ate the wheat, but I am left with terrible gas. How do I get it all out of my system? I have been having bowel movements, but I things are obviously still putrefying.
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