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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. 1. Female 2. Caucasian/Northern European 3. 40 diagnosed at age 41 4. Pre dx: 5'81/2' 146lbs post Dx: 5'81/2' 143 lbs. 5. Doctor diagnosed 1993 6. Upper and Lower GI series - normal Large and small intestine biopsies 7. No 8. No 9. It was about 15 months. When I first became ill the symptoms subsided after two months, and I regained the weight I had lost. The second episode began about 10 months later. My daughter's pediatrician recognized the symptom pattern. I had previously been dx as having irritable bowel while in graduate school, but the symptoms came and went on a very intermittent basis. 10. Just recently my 17 year old son was diagnosed as a celiac. No other family member, that we know of, has the disease.