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Celiac from 1999

  1. Our daughter, age 8, has had severe stomach aches. We have seen a gastroenterologist, who suspects celiac disease. (7 Dec 1999)
  2. My 6 1/2 year old grandson with diabetes for 2 1/2 years has now been diagnosed with Celiac Disease. (5 Nov 1999)
  3. My 5 year old son has been complaining that his stomach hurts but no other symptoms. (25 Aug 1999)
  4. Our daughter was tested for celiac. The results were negative. (8 Jul 1999)
  5. My son was recently screened for celiac disease, and one test was "undetectable" while the other was "borderline positive." (29 Jun 1999)
  6. My friend's son was diagnosed at 18 months. Now the doctors feel he may have gastroparesis. (27 Jun 1999)
  7. My son was diagnosed with type 1. I was diagnosed with celiac. Is there any relationship? (23 Jun 1999)
  8. My son has possible GERD. He takes Zantac but still cries with stomach cramps. Could this be from his diabetes? (23 Jun 1999)
  9. My son has motility problems with his bowel after a gastric emptying test. (2 Jun 1999)
  10. I have had diabetes for almost twelve years; nobody has been able to get it under control. (26 Mar 1999)
  11. I have been hearing of a strong link between young children with diabetes and celiac disease. (17 Apr 1999)
  12. My 9 year old daughter who has been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes for 3 years often complains of tummy aches. (17 Apr 1999)
  13. I know there is a disorder common to young people with diabetes called 'coeliac syndrome'. (27 Mar 1999)
  14. A friend of mine's brother, age 22, has diabetes of a different form caused by "guts permability". (6 Mar 1999)

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