it was Celebrex and Aleve that chewed up my gut.
But, I have always wondered about the gluten thing. I haven't tried going gluten free, though I always feel better when I reduce or eliminate bread, even though I eat super multigrain bread.
Celiac or gluten intolerance is one of the most missed and misdiagnosed diseases there is. It can look like many other things and there are many levels of insensitivity and severety of symptoms.
Like me- I did have some of the above listed GI issues that doctors never made the connection on, but the clencher was the huge rashes I started having after my son was born, which only a small percentage of people have.
And pregnancy, which if one already has the genetic marker, is one of the most comon "traumas/life changes" to set it off in women.
Another kicker is, you can be chugging along in life just fine and it doesn't show up until later because something finally/really set it off.
Thankfully it is realatively easy to fix. And many many people choose to just go gluten free because it makes them feel so good.
Going gluten free (and dairy too) has also been shown to really help spectrum kids as well and has been linked to their gut issues.
And like a few of you guys, I have to be careful with Naproxyn, Ibuprophen, and some other products as well. Some is because of the medicine itself, and others because of hidden gluten in the tablet.