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I see a category...
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Yes, I think that you are on the right track. ANYONE with ANYTHING, it doesn't matter if there is a 'category' of pain or symptoms, if you have gas and bloating with (fill in the blank), then I'm going to suggest that you might have Gluten Sensitivity.

But I also think that you should absolutely get a vitamin d level. There is actually a VERY STRONG connection between Vitamin D and Pain and particularly vitamin d and BACK pain!!

I'd be VERY surprised if you were NOT vitamin d deficient!!! Please take a look at the Vitamin D Therapy page and follow the instructions there.

WARNING: Do NOT just 'start taking' vitamin d to see if it helps. If you have back pain from vitamin d deficiency, you may need EXTREMELY high doses of vitamin d. If you 'just take some' vitamin d and don't feel better, you'll conclude that you are NOT vitamin d deficient and may stay in pain unnecessarily for years? Decades?

All because you didn't follow my advice and get a vitamin d level. So, follow the instructions on the Vitamin D Therapy page.


If you do those things for two months and it doesn't help you, then come back because I have another solution that can get rid of back pain very quickly...


Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
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My symptoms/experiences are identical.
by: Anonymous

Wow, I have gone thru the same experiences you have with the same symptoms/back pain on right side of back. Been to a chiropractor, had an Mri,had physical therapy and nothing has helped. I too am thinking it may be due to gluten intolerance.

Yes, it could be gluten
by: Anonymous

Yep, I get low back pain / hip pain if I eat gluten ....either much in quantity or too frequently. Because I have an autoimmune condition, I generally keep a gluten-free diet. But I don't have celiac disease, so a little gluten here and there is not going to kill me.

Nevertheless, if I cheat too much, I get the low back pain like clockwork. And lots of people have autoimmune conditions that are subclinical and they don't even know it. Anyway, if you even suspect that gluten could be involved in your pain, the easiest way to find out is to eliminate it for at least a couple of months and then see how you feel.

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