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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   04/07/2018

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Carri Ninja

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My son is 7 now.

 

He occasionally {about 3 - 5 times a year} has random pain, fever and unexplained clumsiness.

 

I see this and think of all the times I went through that as a child.

 

I have had the Dr give him the blood test for Celiac and it came back negative. I know that blood test isn't always accurate.

 

I am on a very strict gluten free diet. He eats gluten free - by choice - for the most part.

 

It still worries me because of all the genetic problems that run in my family.

 

I have talked to a lot of people about this and quite a few of them said that the problems would "flare up" now and then in kids, but then when they got older they noticed things getting severely worse.

 

I am keeping a close eye on him.

 

If anyone has an opinion they would like to share on this I would love to hear it!!

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