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Member Since 11 Apr 2011
Offline Last Active Jul 29 2011 01:42 PM

#696406 Possible For Young Breastfed Baby To Have Celiac?

Posted by on 02 May 2011 - 12:32 PM

My daughter was diagnosed ceoliac about 3 years ago, but looking back I can't help wondering how early her problems started as she had such awful colic when she was a baby. My going off cows' milk seemed to help a lot - if only I'd thought of skipping gluten too! It stands to reason that if foreign proteins from cows' milk can come through in breast milk, then wheat proteins could too. Colic in babies can reduce the whole family to tears! Must be worth going gluten free to see if it helps! Regarding tests, we've found the ones offered here in Sweden hopelessly unreliable - my eldest kept coming up negative or at least not properly positive, but finally got diagnosed as she passes out if she is exposed to gluten. Hard to argue with that. It really irritates me that coeliacs are expected to make themselves sicker on purpose to get a "proper" diagnosis! Just getting better on a gluten free diet doesn't count... I have been known to point out to health professionals that there is no known sickness resulting from gluten deficiency.... ;)
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