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What are the symptoms of wheat allergy?

by Guest9695  |  8 years, 5 month(s) ago

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I did not eat any bread for the past month and I felt great! My stomach pains, bloating, and constipation went away. As soon as I began introducing bread in small amounts back into my diet, I started to get the same symptoms of wheat allergy?

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  1. Guest4413
    Symptoms of wheat intolerance may include fatigue, memory loss, sleep disruption, allergies, muscle and joint pain, high blood pressure, asthma, headaches, visual disturbances, obesity, chronic digestive disorders, ulcers, food allergies, diarrhea/constipation, inability to absorb vital nutrients, parasitic infections, intestinal dysbiosis (unbalanced normal bacterial count), sinusitis, candidiasis, hypo/hyperthyroid, learning disabilities such as hyperactivity and attention deficit, and menstrual/hormonal difficultiesjust to name a few. Over-consumption of wheat can also lead to a sensitized intestinal tract, which is a big contributor to personal discomfort. At this time, I understand there's a cascade of deterioration as follows:
    Normal digestive tract then
    over-consumption of wheat then
    intestinal dysbiosis then
    heightened intestinal immune response then
    degradation of the intestinal lining then
    pancreatic dysfunction (insulin and digestive enzyme deficiency) then
    parasitic infection susceptibility then
    inability to absorb micro-nutrients then
    absorption of un-digested, antigenic proteins ultimately leading to
    degraded health, lost vitality, and even chronic sickness and disease.

  2. Guest5618

    A symptom is something the patient feels and reports, while a sign is something other people, such as the doctor detect. For example, pain may be a symptom while a rash may be a sign. The most common signs and symptoms of a wheat allergy include:


    * Allergic rhinitis - nasal congestion

    * Anaphylaxis

    * Asthma

    * Atopic dermatitis (eczema)

    * Diarrhea

    * Mouth irritation and possible swelling

    * Nausea

    * Throat irritation and possible swelling

    * Urticaria - hives, an itchy rash (possible swelling of the skin)

    * Vomiting

    * Watery and/or itchy eyes

    * Bloated stomach


    Read more on:

    http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/174405.php

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