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I Was Diagnosed With Celiac
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Hello,today i had visited the doctor to get a check,nothing special and it appears that in my medical log it says that 3 years ago i was diagnosed with ceilac.

My family and I never heard or knew anything about that and at first i was pretty sure its a mistake (i still do)anyways i still had to take a test to prove that i'm not sick in order of the that medical note be deleted and i had a blood test toady.I'm kinda worried that i am actually sick and wanted to know if its possible that for 3 years i have been sick with celiac and never showed any symptoms.i do have a stomach aches from time to time and i actually have constipation from time to time and from what i understand its the opposite effect from celiac symptoms.

I eat a lot of gluten and just wanted to hear from celiacs if its possible that for three years i have been eaten so much of it but never showed any of the symptoms.

Sorry for my English,and thank you for your time and help.

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Celiac has a wide range, from stomach aches to constipation.

 

Yes, it is very possible. Celiac can go "silent" (no symptoms) and still be doing damage, regardless of how much gluten has been eaten.

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There are many people with confirmed Celiac despite not having any outward symptoms.

 

Its good to get the test confirmed since your original doctor never explained or clarified your first results.

Good luck.

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I am glad you found out about it finally.  Some don't have symptoms.   My symptoms changed after I went gluten free.   

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