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Celiac Disease Pre-Diagnosis, Testing & Symptoms

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If you haven't yet been diagnosed this is the place you can discuss your symptoms and any test results that may indicate that you might have the disease.

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  1. Lactose Intolerant On Lacaid?

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  2. Dark Circle Around Eyes

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  4. Coeliac Versus Gluten Intolerance

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  5. Common With Ice Cream?

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  6. Can Symptoms Be Purely Pyschological?

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  7. Dq2 Positive, Now What?

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  8. Sensitivity Vs Celiacs

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  9. Testing A Three Year Old

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  10. Seems Suspiciosly Related

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  11. Do You Have These Symptoms Too?

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  12. Allergy Test Negative

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  13. Elevated 5-hiaa

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  14. Help Understanding

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  15. Is This A Symptom?

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  16. Doctor Or Dietician/nutritinist?

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  17. Itchy

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  18. Please Help

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  19. Mandatory Reading For Newbies

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  20. Celiac Panel Results - Help?

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    Dear Bouchra, I have to tell you that one of the most common side effects of antidepressants is indeed nausea. It must be written within the leaflet. However, I still suggest you to discuss it with your doctor.
    For some a low FODMAP diet is the only way, in addition to their gluten-free diet:  
    Thank you. My last GI thought everything was related to Celiacs but since I have turned 18 a few months back I have a new GI. Thank you again for all your help I will try this.