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Diagnosis & Recovery, Related Disorders & Research

Forums in this area deal how to get diagnosed and treated, and how to recover from celiac disease. This area also covers related disorders research.

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  1. Coping with Celiac Disease

    Share stories, techniques, and information to help others deal with the disease and the gluten-free diet.

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  2. Celiac Disease Pre-Diagnosis, Testing & Symptoms

    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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  3. Post Diagnosis, Recovery & Treatment of Celiac Disease

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

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  4. Related Issues & Disorders

    Discussions concerning the various associated health problems, including but not limited to pregnancy, sleep & weight issues.

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  5. Dermatitis Herpetiformis

    Discussions concerning the skin condition associated with celiac disease.

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    Hello raspberry, and thank you so much for the reply! Oh my goodness! First of all, I want to thank you for addressing the nausea when speaking. I've been trying to find information on it for months now, and all I've found has been anxiety related (nausea when speaking in front of a crowd and such) and I'm so glad I'm not alone!! Even though it sucks that you have to deal with this too, knowing...
    Hi Kyle, I don't think you'll lose years of life by slip ups here and there.  The problem with frequent slip ups is the immune system never gets a chance to completely settle down and stop making antibodies against gluten.   Personally i wouldn't trust most restaurants for the first 6 months.  It is much safer to trust your own cooking, and generally cheaper.
    That sounds like a cautious plan and a good approach James.  Here's a link with info on Gaviscon. https://www.drugs.com/cdi/gaviscon.html Another thing i can suggest is stopping all cola type soft drinks.  They can be hard on the stomach.