Wine be the cause of my continuous stomach .aches??

Can wine be the cause of my continuous stomach aches and stomach problems or should I take a closer at my diet for other possibilities??

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It is possible that you have a sulfite allergy. Red wine has sulfite's in it that can cause problems for some people, normally it causes headaches, hives and general aches. If that is the case you could try white wine.

But the best thing to do is to consult your primary care physician.

Good luck and best wishes. 

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Very few wine now use sulphites any longer, certainly not good wine. Chronic stomach problems need immediate attention. Do not take OTC medication because you maybe masking the problem. Get a barium X-ray asap.

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