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    Possible food allergy?
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    k4scythe posted:
    For many years I have had stomach issues (since I was probably 10-11, I am now 18) caused by stress. However, lately I have not been stressed but have been experiencing similar stomachaches and discomfort after eating. I am constantly feeling bloated and gassy after meals, regardless of what I have just eaten. The bloating will not go away even after eating, and no matter my diet or exercise it persists. Two of my family members (blood-related aunt and cousin) have been diagnosed with celiac disease, so it does run in the family.

    Is it possible I have some sort of mild lactose or gluten intolerance? What type of doctor should I see if I continue to have these issues?
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