3. Stomach Pain
Having a stomachache is no fun, but it usually temporary. Unfortunately, due to the variety of things that we eat, the occasional stomachache is all but inevitable. However, regular stomach pain can be one of the symptoms of gluten intolerance. You usually know why you have a stomachache. You may have eaten too much, or you may have eaten something that does not normally agree with you – but you eat it anyway because it’s so delicious.
Other times, abdominal pain may be caused by illnesses or conditions, some of which require immediate medical care. Appendicitis is an example of this. But if you have regular stomach pain without really knowing what the cause is, especially if it happens right after eating, then it is possible you have a gluten allergy. Do some detective work, and figure out whether you have the same stomach pain when you eat non-gluten food items to know for sure.