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Top 20 Diagnoses Before a Diagnosis of Celiac Disease

The following list was taken from the Fall, 1996 Celiac Disease Foundation Newsletter.

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  1. Anemia
  2. IBS
  3. Psychological stress, nerves, imagination
  4. Diarrhea
  5. IBD
  6. Diabetes
  7. Spastic Colon
  8. Ulcers
  9. Virus (Viral Gastroenteritis)
  10. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  11. Weight-loss
  12. Allergies
  13. Amoeba, Parasites, Infection
  14. Gallbladder Disease
  15. Thyroid Disease
  16. Cancer, Lymphoma, Digestive
  17. Colitis
  18. Cystic Fibrosis
  19. Lactose Intolerance
  20. Reflux

Data from an on-going Celiac Disease Foundation study of 600 Biopsy-proven celiacs.

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This is stupid. The nuns at Clyde, Missouri make gluten safe hosts. 17 ppm. Well under the 20 ppm threshold. I consume them safely here in Omaha every week.

When I was diagnosed, I told both kids they will have to be tested. They don't know it will be happening sooner rather than later.

Tell him asap to expect to get blood drawn next week or whenever the appt. is. My boys never like surprise medical exams!

Have him read about the disease and the multitude of repercussions that occur from gluten consumption that have nothing to do with "classic stomach" issues. Not following a strict gluten free diet can lead to terrible diseases because your body will be so weak and damaged. When my son was diagnos...

When I get glutened, I cough. Loud. for 20-30 minutes. Once people hear that, they take it seriously. Refer your son to the newbie thread. If he still doesn't get it, kick him in the posterior. Hard!