Stomach pains.

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Can anyone help. I get stomach pains sometimes after eating. I seem to be affected by flour products, particularly but not exclusively white bread. I get a pebbledash like surface inside my mouth and then I get really strong pain like very bad indigestion in the area of my ribcage at the bottom of my braline. I get feeling shivery and feeling unwell. I burp as though I am going to be sick. The pain will usually last for up to 8 hours and doesn't move. I can then get wind and flatulence but not always. Today i had a toasted sandwich made with granary bread with a slice of ham and cheese in it at about 11am. I started feeling the pain by about 2pm. It is now 9.30pm and the pain is still in my rib area and is really painful. Any theories? 

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    Hi barmstrong, first let me start by saying get rid of the pork...stay away from wheat and diary products, as they will cause gas and bloating and use probiotics along with a digestive enzyme. You can also drink pepermint tea to calm your stomach
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    Hi Barmstrong,

    This sounds as if you have a wheat intolerence or gluten intolerence. Stay away from products containing both. Buy gluten free and wheat free foods. There is a section in Tesco supermarkets containing all gluten free and wheat free products.

    You may have Coeliac disease..intolerance to gluten. Look it up on the net.

    Hope this helps.

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      I still get symptoms when I eat gluten free foods so I think it must be something else! Its all very confusing.Thanks for your advice. 
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