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    So you were diagnosed with celiac disease, but apparently were not following a gluten-free diet? You said: "...since I stopped following gluten-free," so I assume you've been eating gluten during this 20 years. If so, this would likely be the cause of your severe nausea, and hopefully you don't have cancer, but keep seeing your doctor until you find out. If you have celiac disease you need to be ...
    Hi, I have been diagnosed with Celiac Disease for 20 years but I was sick all the time with anaemia, constipation loosing weight lot, lost my hair even the color of my hair changed from black to yellow . After I started to eat regular food I gain lot weight my hair has grown my original color came back since I stoped following gluten-free. Now I am having severe nausea if I eat I get it if I don’t ...
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