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Wheat allergy

This isn’t anything strange. I just wanted to let all migraine sufferers know that their migraines might be due to a wheat allergy. I’m 70 years old and have had migraines since I was 13. Sometimes I went through periods so bad I really wished I could die. Then my daughter-in-law who comes from a family that has gluten intolerance and celiac disease suggested I might have an allergy to wheat. I cut out all wheat from my diet and within a few months my migraines stopped. It’s like a miracle that I never expected. I was using codeine to stop my migraines. This is just the most wonderful thing that’s ever happened to me.

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  • Katie M. Golden moderator
    5 years ago

    That’s fantastic! Wheat and/or gluten can be a trigge for a lot of people. Finding out what your trigger is can take so much trial and error that it gets really frustrating. It must be extremely satisfying to finally get relief. Maybe your story will help someone else!
    Thanks for sharing!

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