I got glutened at work last week. The children had made potato latke, and another teacher had supplied the ingredients this time, although he was aware that I have a coeliac child in my class he forgot and they were made with self-raising flour.
I realised after I'd eaten 3 of them and my TA was discussing the ingredients they'd used. I rushed straight to the loo and put my fingers down my throat but just couldn't make myself sick.
I waited for a vomit response all afternoon - none came. That afternoon passed with lots of indigestion but no other sign of glutening. I felt ok through the rest of the evening and night. The following morning I still felt fine, and that continued for the rest of the day.
On the second day, (48 hours later) I started to fell gut pains. Then had really bad cramps and diarrhea that afternoon.
I thought this was interesting because when I've been glutened in the past, from an unknown source, I would track back a maximum of 24 hours. Just goes to show it can hang around a while until you get a reaction in some cases.
Most times I get glutened I react within the first half hour. I've no idea why it was different this time. Thought I'd share this because the time frame was different.