My now 2 year old daughter was diagnosed with celiac disease six months ago, after having watery, foul-smelling diarrhea for three weeks. After 3 weeks of being on a gluten-free diet, her stools became more like a more liquid version of chunky peanut butter. She has occasionally had formed stools, but mostly they have remained like chunky PB. How long will it take for her to have normal stools? It's already been six months! When I saw the gastro three months ago, he said to give it six months but I haven't seen improvement. I don't think we are continuously contaminating her re: we have made our entire house gluten-free and she doesn't go to school (and we watch her like hawks when she is outside our home). When she had a clear exposure three weeks ago, her stool was explosive and watery. I'm just wondering if she's sensitive to something else, too? I removed gluten-free oats from her diet about two months ago. Should I eliminate something else? If so, what? She still doesn't seem to have regained her appetite, although she is growing along her growth curve nicely.
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