unnecessary antibiotic exposure, especially in early years of life. Avoid exposure to cigarette smoke. Hopefully your son will never develop IBD.
Acid reflux should be fairly easily treated with anti acid pills like Protonix. Lack of improvement can be evaluated further, but should be discussed in clinic. Abdominal pain is more elusive and could be from H. pylori infection or more often dyspepsia or hypersensitivity. A simple follow-up with your GI doc should suffice for now.
through, but now the nausea is its own separate problem. We often call this functional nausea and it can be treated with medications. An evaluation by a GI doctor is reasonable to make sure it is not something else.
Best of luck.
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1) You are exquisitely sensitive to gluten and it is getting into your diet surreptitiously. It does this via food ingested, not due to utensils used, so I don't think you need to change the cutlery that you use to eat with.
2) The symptoms are not due to gluten at all but rather another condition may be at play. Typically nonulcer dyspepsia or visceral hypersensitivity, which is very common in the setting of fibromyalgia, are high on the list of possibilities.
A GI doctor can help sort this out.
There is probably another source for pain such as gastritis or dyspepsia. The latter is very common and just means you have a sensitive stomach that reacts sometimes to anything ingested. You might be sensitive to or maldigesting sugars in fruits. Some tests by a GI doctor could help identify one of the above causes.
consequence of its success.