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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. Help, Just Got The News

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  2. New Mwmber,new Diagnosis

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  4. Rash...or Dh

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  5. Add In Children-anyone See A Difference Going gluten-free?

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  6. Does Any Of This Sound Familiar? 1 2

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  7. New, And Lots Of Questions!

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  8. Limiting Dairy, Too.

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  9. Diagnosing A Sibling

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  10. Ibs And Celiac

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  11. When Molly Was In The Hospital

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  12. 3 Year Old Newly Diagnosed

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  13. Allergy Test Neg To Wheat

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  14. Going gluten-free

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  15. Leg Cramps

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  16. Maybe Now Our Ped Will Test My Son.....

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  17. Wow!

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  18. 7 Month Very Sensitive To All Wheat

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