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Dietary precaution for glutin intollerance - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   hi there
User :   every couple of days i get waves of nausia... i thought i might have a glutin intollerance, as i get very bloated after eating breads and pastas etc. when i was young, i had a parasite caught from playing with a childhood friend who had gotten back from Bali, it was treated, but i am wondering if these can re-occure? i have had this for almost 6 months now... i never vomit, and it passes quite quickly and i am deffinently going to go and see someone about it this week, but i am wondering what could this be? i am a woman aged 20
Doctor :   let me
Doctor :   read the histiory
Doctor :   do you have any abdomonalpain
Doctor :   along wth the nausea
User :   no no pain
Doctor :   loose motions?
Doctor :   is it increasing in six months
User :   on occasion but not all the time
Doctor :   ok
User :   dont believe so
Doctor :   parasitic infections may not recur
Doctor :   if its a glutin induced problem the only way is to
Doctor :   keeping away from glutin diets
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