Parade

291d

Recently diagnosed celiac. I’ve cut all the gluten out of my diet but am now constantly exhausted. All my other digestion and skin issues have disappeared, Has anyone experienced exhaustion after going GF? Any suggestions?

Celiac Disease

Anemia

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  • Glutenisthedevil

    290d

    I would check your bloodwork / vitamin levels. It’s it common to be deficient in some with celiac.

  • Rainberries

    290d

    I am and found out I'm calcium deficient

  • Parade

    290d

    Thank you! I’ll get them checked

  • Cosmo7808

    287d

    It also takes time to heal, something doctors never mentioned to me. About 3 months later I started to feel better

  • sharkattack101

    286d

    I absolutely have experienced exhaustion. I will say that it went away after a few months I was back to normal energy wise, but making it through that summer was hard

  • PAP112

    285d

    I highly recommend the app called “Fig” for scanning food labels! You wouldn’t believe how much gluten is hidden in food. It also helps check for cross contamination- which I didn’t realize was the main cause of my constant fatigue.

  • Khristina

    285d

    When I went on to download the fig app there are a few which one are you Recommending?

  • PAP112

    285d

    https://apps.apple.com/us/app/fig-food-scanner-discovery/id1564434726 I’m not sure if this link will work but it has a green app logo that looks like a fig :)

  • Khristina

    284d

    Thank you for info

  • SiCoi

    278d

    I have extreme anemia and that definitely is linked to the celiac.

  • Glutenfreegal

    263d

    I’m always exhausted yes

  • Ry_C

    263d

    Might be because it’s sometimes harder to find foods to eat. That was my case.

  • skylerrosee

    259d

    With celiac i found that I was also anemic. It does take time to heal first, so give it time and if you don’t feel better get some blood work done and check for deficiencies

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