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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Will the results tell us how sensitive she is? or does that take time and experimenting?

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No. It will only show if there is damage and possibly how much.

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It's best to assume she is extremely sensitive. Celiacs can be set back with just a crumb of gluten; what REALLY varies is how we react to that crumb - one celiac might get a head ache and inflammation while another gets a rash, bloating, mood swings, fatigue and ataxia. 

 

A celiac must stay 100% gluten-free even if there are no obvious symptoms or they unfortunately will have their health negatively impacted.  :(

 

Good luck with the biopsy. Make sure they take at least 6 samples.  :)

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Her test is done. Now i anxiously await the results   :wacko:

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