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Old 07-28-2016, 05:55 AM   #1
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Hey, so i just had the results back from my blood test which show i do not had celiac disease. However, my doctor then said not to believe the test as its not very accurate, leaving me somewhat at a loss...

Out of interest has anyone else experienced chronic allodynia/ hyperalgesia from eating gluten? or resolved the same issue by avoiding gluten?

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Old 07-29-2016, 06:23 AM   #2
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--from gluten-induced peripheral neuropathy, particularly small fiber neuropathy (which affects the small, unmyelinated fibers that control temperature and pain sensation as well as a number of autonomic functions), is a well-known/described clinical entity.

Take a look at The Gluten File at the top of this forum and just look up peripheral neuropathy. The file contains innumerable papers and monographs on the entity. Moreover, it is often widespread in the body, not just confined to the longest nerves at the extremities.
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Old 08-10-2016, 11:04 AM   #3
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I started having some symptoms suggestive of gluten intolerance as I grew older and finally discovered by accident it seems more to be something going on with conventionally grown US grown wheat. I ate white bread (yuck) for two years because whole wheat bothered me (Franz and Oroweat brands) until I happened to pick up some organic Dave's Killer Bread on sale. I seem to be fine with that and Italian made imported pasta.

I don't know what is going on, I have read they can drench the wheat with Roundup to dry it for harvest and that one of the dough conditioners can be toxic, I don't know if either is true or really the problem or if it could be something else but I think something is going on. I doubt it is a placebo effect because I stumbled on organic by accident and did not expect to tolerate it either.

If you don't have Dave's in our area you could try some other local brand of organic bread.
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