I know people with different gluten issues from an intolerance (where trace amounts of gluten are acceptable in moderation) to Celiac's Disease (where even the slightest trace of gluten can make her very sick). The one thing I wanted to mention is that you really should see a doctor before going gluten free.
Now, let me clarify. I don't think you need to consult a doctor to go gluten free or anything like that.However, if it turns out you do have a more serious issue like Celiac's, then you need to be more vigilant about avoiding gluten. You can't be tested for this if you are gluten-free.
Then again, the tests aren't always accurate, and some people just choose to go gluten-free on their own. Just know that there's more to it than just avoiding bread. If you really want to go gluten-free, you need to be careful. It's not enough to just take the burger off the bun. Even that small amount can be a problem if you are sensitive.
Your post does have me a bit concerned as I have a lot of the same symptoms, though they have no triggers that I can see. I've gone gluten-free for a few days at a time, but I just can't bring myself to take the plunge.
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