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Gas after eating wheat
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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Sullyfish, what test was used to determine whether or not you had 'celiac' issues?
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Sorry for the massive delay. It was a blood test to determine if I had a certain level of this "special" antibody. I cannot remember what exactly.
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