I have been having the following symptoms (some for months/some
Migraines, menorrhagia (heavy periods), major, constant fatigue, tachycardia (I have 2 take cardiazam for it), periods of bradycardia, weight gain (I was always super thin all of my life until three years ago.), rare spells of complete weakness-feeling like I am going to die (My BP goes sky high, my HR goes high, and I shake badly.), I am thirsty all of the time-I probably drink over 2 gallons of water a day!, and really bad gas pains almost all of the time. Sometimes I get so much gas-I can't even move due to severity of the pain. I was living on GasX everyday, several times a day.
I posted to another board w/in this forum-the undiagnosed one. Anyway, some people came back and said that maybe it was celiac disease.
So, after googling celiac disease, I am TRYING a gluten free diet. I started yesterday morning. Yesterday I noticed a little gas/bloating-but a major reduction in my normal amount of gas. Today-no gas or bloating!!! Praise God!!!
Although I am feeling very nauseous. I have some sort of chest cold and I do not know if the nausea is due to the cold bug that I have or from switching to the gluten free diet.
Can any celiacs out there relate there experience of switching to a gluten free diet and how and when it changed their symptoms???
It would be great to know if this gluten free diet is working and/or is going to work! I plan on sticking to this "diet" for two weeks at least and then evaluating how things are with my body.
Thanks so much and God Bless!
Know the five types of psoriasis and how to spot flares.
Newer diabetes treatments can suppress appetite and aid weight loss.
Try these tips to get your salivary glands back into action.
Constipation is a common side effect of opioid and narcotic pain medicines.
Is it sensitive skin or something else?