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    There is no evidence to support the idea that celiacs are more at risk for adverse reactions to the vaccine than anyone else.
    That's a lot of info, but none of it impacts my suggestion to this new person seeking help. What I said is very relevant to the situation, at this particular point in time, for this person, concerning the topic I brought up to them. Nothing more, nothing less. Take care.
    I think this part in particular was interesting:  Just nine of those diagnosed first-degree relatives had classic symptoms, 97 showed non-classic symptoms, and 42 showed no symptoms.   So my lifelong expectation that I should react like my mother did in order to suspect celiac disease....was completely wrong!