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40 years old pregnant female get Stomach upset after eating

Every morning for the past few month I get an upset stomach after eating. I m a 40 yr old female who is not pregnant. But the problem started a few months ago when I was pregnant and had morning sickness, I ve since lost the pregnancy but not the morning sickness. I ve tried every number of different breakfast foods, all with the same results. I was tested for celiac disease a few years ago with a negative result. Has one else had this problem?
Asked On : Fri, 14 Jan 2011
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The tests may not diagnose your symptom with celiac disease as the complaints,symptoms vary form person to person.

Celiac Disease is an auto-immune disorder and there are no specific symptoms/treatment for the same. No single individual need not suffer the same symptoms and may vary from person to person,

Only way to bail one self out is to continue having LIFE LONG GLUTEN FREE DIET, and leading a healthy lifestyle.
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