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My niece posted on FB about her broken leg not healing. They told her it's just not healing so she has to be in a cast longer. I told her she needed to be tested for Celiac. I wish my family was closer. They all live in Ca. I live in Mi. Gosh it bothers me my family is having so many problems yet I don't think any of them are getting tested for Celiac. I think my niece is going to be tested for it tho. She is searching for answers. 

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I am glad she has you to speak up.  I hope she will get some answers and soon walk again.

 

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I understand your frustrations.  I have multiple family members that have so many signs of Celiac and they won't get tested.  A few of them have, but not the one's with the majority of the problems.  All I hear is " I don't have a lot of stomach problems, I can't have celiac".  I can't make them get tested. I won't even say " I told you so" if they happen to test positive later.  I will just help them through to the best of my ability. 

 

I hope your niece gets some answers.

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