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Post Diagnosis, Recovery & Treatment of Celiac Disease

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Discussions related to the recovery process after you've been diagnosed.

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  1. What Just Happened?

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  2. De-Swelling

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  3. Antibody Levels Fell After Seven Months

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  5. Anyone Have High Calcium- Lab Work?

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  6. I Am A Bit Scared And Confused.

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  7. Gluten Free Feeling Worse?

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  8. Newbie

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  9. Which Generic Lab Did You Use?

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  10. Confused About Borderline Test Result

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  11. Igg Low Positive

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  12. Feeling So Discouraged

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  13. Allergic To Unifiber?

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  14. B-12 Supplements

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  15. Is There A Difference?

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  16. Gastric Distress The Last 2 Days

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  17. Need Some Advice

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  18. Lactose Intolerance Recovery

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  19. Should I See A Gi Doctor?

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  20. Other Food Allergies?

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  21. Switching Kitchen To Gluten-Free

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  22. Celiac Vaccine..

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  23. How Long Til I Notice A Difference?

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    I had issues getting sick drinking coffee/espresso at some coffee shops and I always assumed some form of cross contamination, but drinking at home brewing myself from Christopher bean coffee and some stuff from the local grocery store never caused the issues. Although you might have a food sensitivity to coffee, or find your intestines just do not handle the acidity of the drink or the caffeine...
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