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Parents, Friends and Loved Ones of Celiacs

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Discussions among parents of kids or babies with CD. Non-celiacs can discuss their experiences dealing with a friend or loved one with the disease.

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  1. Need Some Help

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  2. When To Test Sibling Of A Celiac?

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  4. Okay So Now What

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  5. My Oldest Son's Results In....

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  6. Test Results Are In

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  7. How Many Of Your Children Have Celiac?

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  8. Speaking Of Leg Pain~

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  9. I Glutened Her !

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  10. Sick 8yrold

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  11. Blood Test Question

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  12. Not Sure What's Going On

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  13. Update On Emmie

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  14. Questions For The Gluten Free Pros

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  15. I Would Like Some Advice.

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  16. Was Angry Child Because Of Gluten

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  17. Cognitive Delays In Kids With Celiac

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  18. I Think We Are Missing Something

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  19. In Tears And Confused

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  20. Which Books Are Recommended?

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