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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Was gluten free 5 wks and caved to 6 pizza rolls on Wednesday, felt bad for a few days then started feeling better. Now my tummy hurts and D is visiting again, could it still be pizza rolls? Or have I accidentally had something else (lunch was maybe 1/4 deli chicken salad-the deli let me look at ingredient list-with gluten free crunchmasters)?


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It would be difficult to find a deli capable of producing food that is not cross contaminated.

At 5 weeks you could be becoming more sensitive to the smaller amounts of gluten associated with CC.

Take a careful assessment of your diet to remove any possible remaining gluten.

Hang in there - I remember well the frustration that came along with the realization of just how careful we need to be. It helped me when I realized this increased sensitivity was actually helpful to get the gluten all the way out of our diet, but that likely doesn't help much with your current frustration :(


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