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

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  1. Hi   My daughter now 9 years was diagnosed with coeliac when she was 18 months old. She has a severe case and we are always extremely careful as she reacts badly to any amount of gluten.   Anyway about 4 weeks ago she went to a pizza party and the parents informed me where they were getting it from and the gluten free option was available anyway it turns out they didn't order correction and when she got home she was so sick, she has never eaten that much gluten before (or since she was diagnosed).   Her behaviour was appauling, after then she just couldn't compromise with anyone and would get so upset and 'crazy' about strange things. Anyway two weeks later my mum gave her the wrong biscuit by mistake and luckily she only had one bite (she didn't like it) and it was very low gluten, but when I picked her up from dancing that night she was vomitting all over the steps (at that point is when I checked what she ate and figured out she ate the wrong thing).   Anyway this was two weeks ago now and her behaviour is still really bad. She is the oldest of 4 kids and when her behaviour goes bad I Find it is carried down to the others. I am finding it really hard to cope with this.     I know she has just had a spot of really bad luck and she usually will have no gluten at all, but I just wanted to know if other kids go like this when they have gluten?? Is there anything that helps them recover from the gluten?   Thanks