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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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  3. celiac disease is psychosomatic 1 2

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  6. Food tolerance issues post-diagnosis

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  14. 1st Day Gluten Free

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    I'm just curious...my cousin was just diagnosed with celiac and she has been highly symptomatic for a couple of years. Her lab values were not very high though.  It just made me wonder if there is any correlation to how high the serology results are for celiac with how severe disease.  I only had one lab value that was abnormal so I'm kinda weird.   It just made me curious what other people's ex...
    Thank you for your response!  That makes me feel better.  I was worried that the increase in value indicated that I was not well controlled.  My appointment is in two weeks with the doctor so I can talk to him then about checking other labs as well.  Great suggestion!
    My husband has NASH, but he hates sugar, sweets, doesn’t eat much to begin with, not a soda drinker, so we cannot figure out how he has this. He recently got rid of H Pylori, and has gained about 10 pounds, but he is only 140 and 5’8”, so we are perplexed, except for I think he has Gluten Intolerance.