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2 No, but my grandma had diabetes and my aunt has it, too. Both never tested for celiac, but my grandma had most of the celiac symptoms.

3 Female

Good luck, Stef

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Celiac : +ve blood tests, awaiting biopsy

Diabetes: No

Sex: Female

NB Brother had Type 1 diabetes

I have been diagnosed with hypoglycemia (which some literature says predisposes to Type 2 diabetes).

Hope you get all the responses you need!

All the best

Ruth UK

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Celiac: Yes

Type 1: No, but I am hypoglycemic

Sex: Girl

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Celiac:Yes

Type 1 diabetes:No

Sex:Female

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Celiac: I guess so. My bloodwork was "questionable", my biopsy was negative, my gene bloodwork was "questionable", but the expert my GI sent all of my tests to says I "probably" have it.

Diabetes: Glucose test two days ago. Waiting for the results. Will let you know.

Sex: Female

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I also had my children tested, ages 2 1/2 (male) and 16 mos (female) for celiac. I suspect my son is celiac. My daughter shows no symptoms, but that doesn't mean anything. I will let you know once I get the results. (If I forget, send me an e-mail)

BEST OF LUCK TO YOU, AND LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU COME UP WITH. :)

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1. Do you have Celiac Disease?

Yes

2. Do you have Type I Diabetes?

No

3. Sex

Female

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1. Do you have Celiac Disease?

Yes

2. Do you have Type I Diabetes?

No

3. Sex

Female

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The celiac disease Connection

Please take this survey for my science fair project.

1. Do you have Celiac Disease?

Yes

2. Do you have Type I Diabetes?

No, but it runs in my family

3. Sex

Female

Thanks!

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I will answer for the whole family:

Son #1: 1. Yes, 2. No, 3 male

Son #2: 1. No. 2. No. 3 male

son #3: 1. No, yes, male

their father: no, yes, male

their paternal grandmother (deceased): no, yes, female

paternal grandfather: (deceased): unknown, yes, male

me (the mother): yes, no, female

maternal grandmother: no, no, female

maternal grandfather: no, yes, male

maternal uncle: yes, no, male

maternal aunt: no, no, female

maternal uncle: no, no, male

maternal aunt: no, no, female

maternal aunt: no, no, female

cousin: yes, no, male

cousin: yes, no, female

cousin: no, no, female

stepfather: no, no, male

Hope this helps

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yes, I have celiac disease

yes I have type 1 diabetes

I am female

voni

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Yes

No

Female

Idea.... post total results ? Would be interesting..

My Dad

Yes probably (deceasd now but all the symptoms)

No

Male

My Children

Daughter;

Being tested for celiac disease

No to Diabetis

Female

Sons;

two No celiac disease

two No Diabetis

two Males

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Science fair was on thursday, stopped collecting results a week ago, sorry to they people who didn't get their data in. Purpose

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Cool, thanks for sharing the data! :)

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