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Celiac from 2003

  1. My daughter had testing for celiac: TTG 17.5 normal 0-20, EMA-positive. Which one of these are more accurate? (30 Dec 2003)
  2. Is there any sort of pill to counteract celiac? (17 Dec 2003)
  3. I was recently diagnosed with mild celiac disease. How vigilant do I need to become about avoiding gluten? (27 Aug 2003)
  4. What if there are no dietitians familiar with both diabetes and celiac disease where you live? What other resources are there? (2 Aug 2003)
  5. Could my symptoms be a precursor of celiac disease in the future? Might there be a genetic connection with my diabetes? (20 Jul 2003)
  6. Is there a link between my husband's celiac disease and my son's diagnosis? Is my son at higher risk for developing celiac disease? (14 Jul 2003)
  7. What do these tests mean? Is it likely that my daughter will develop celiac disease? (1 Jul 2003)
  8. Is it known whether celiac disease can cause type 1 diabetes in some people? (6 Jun 2003)
  9. My daughter, who has diabetes, was also diagnosed with celiac disease last week, and I can find no information about controlling both. (3 Apr 2003)
  10. My son has both type 1 diabetes and celiac disease. If he had celiac disease first, could the diabetes be complication of that? (4 Feb 2003)
  11. Are there any studies showing any reason for early treatment of suspected celiac disease? (29 Jan 2003)
  12. My son's endocrinologist can't seem to help me figure out what's going on, and my son seems to be sick all the time. (15 Jan 2003)
  13. Could all this have been prevented or caught when I was younger? (12 Jan 2003)

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