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Celiac

  1. Can a seven-month-old have celiac disease? The infant's mother and father both have sisters with type 1 diabetes. (16 Jul 2012)
  2. Despite negative tests and a gluten free diet, my daughter still has some symptoms of celiac. Could she have celiac despite the negative tests? (5 Dec 2010)
  3. After her blood work indicated she has celiac, my daughter had an endoscopy that showed no celiac. The doctor did a biopsy. Could it be negative even with a positive blood test? (19 Jul 2010)
  4. Does celiac disease make it more difficult to control one's blood sugars? (7 Apr 2010)
  5. How can we get our daughter to stop sneaking food? Suffering from constipation, our daughter's celiac tests have been negative. What else should we have checked? (28 May 2009)
  6. My daughter sometimes has a bad stomachache and diarrhea lasting about seven hours. Are these symptoms of celiac, appendicitis, or another allergy? (15 Dec 2008)
  7. My son needs an up front bolus, plus an additional bolus four hours later to cover pasta. Is this related to celiac? My son's recent blood test was positive for celiac. (28 Mar 2008)
  8. Where can I find gluten free products that are lower in carbohydrates? (9 Feb 2008)
  9. Why is it that celiac screening and the gluten free diet is not suggested to those with autoimmune diseases presenting with epilepsy, severe depression and schizophrenia? (4 Jul 2007)
  10. Laboratory testing indicated my daughter has celiac, but she has no symptoms. Is it safe for her to eat small amounts of gluten? Her diabetes doctor said it was okay. (20 May 2007)
  11. After nine months on a gluten-free diet, my son still has a high transglutaminase level. Why would this be? He does not "cheat" on his diet. (25 Apr 2007)
  12. My adult brother was diagnosed with type 1 three years ago. He is losing weight, has blurry vision, and little appetite. Could this be celiac? (19 Feb 2007)
  13. Asymptomatic, my son's transglutaminase level was high. Is this an accurate test? Is a biopsy really necessary? (19 Feb 2007)
  14. What does it mean if your child has a negative test for celiac? Could they still get it later? (5 Feb 2007)
  15. In the past, I have tested positive for coeliac antibodies, but my last biopsy was negative. Why is this? Will I definitely get coeliac? How can I prevent it? (26 Oct 2006)
  16. If you have type 1, then get celiac, will your pancreas work if you eat gluten-free? If celiac causes type 1, would there be a cure, besides taking insulin and eating gluten-free? (21 Oct 2006)
  17. My son recently had two gluten antibody tests. One was elevated and one was not. Is this fluctuation normal? Should he start a gluten free diet? (12 Aug 2006)
  18. I have many of the symptoms of celiac. My blood test was negative. Can it still be celiac? If it's not celiac, what could it be? (3 Jun 2006)
  19. My daughter has been complaining of stomach pain in the morning. Her blood sugars are usually normal. What could this be? (20 Apr 2006)
  20. My newly diagnosed niece is losing hair. Is this from a lack of nutrients or stress? Is celiac testing routine for the newly diagnosed? (8 Apr 2006)

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