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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. Therapist Would Like Help For Clients

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  2. Totally Frustrated With Doctors!

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  4. Stubborn Yeast Infection In Toddler

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  5. Dye-free Gummy Bears?

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  6. Daughter's Depression And Meds

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  7. Chewable Vitamins For Children

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  8. Feeding Tube Anyone?

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  9. Time Frame For Gluten Response?

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  10. The Mcdonald's Thread

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  11. Started 3 Weeks Ago

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  12. At What Age Should A Child Be Tested?

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  13. Scope!

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  14. Doing Better

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  15. First Trip To The Dentist

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  16. Losing Too Much Weight Help!

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  17. Esonophilic Colitis And Celiac?

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  18. Help!

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  19. What Symptoms Do You Get

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  20. Questions To Ask The Pediactric Gi?

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  21. "stool Avoidance"

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  23. Hi Looking For Some Input

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