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Coping with Celiac Disease

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

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  1. Flu Or Something Else?

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  3. Unhappy Gut

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  4. Is This Anyone Else?

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  5. Second Day

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  6. Well Darn It All!

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  7. Dry Mouth A Side Effect?

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  8. Reflux Is Killing Me! 1 2

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  9. Pain Location - Intestinal

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  10. Glutened...or Paranoid?

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  11. Daughter Diagnosed With Rheumatoid Arthritis

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  12. Interesting, Gluten Topicals Reaction? :o

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  13. Blood Sugar

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  14. Family Members Who Just Don't "get It"..

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  15. Gerd

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  16. To Add A Bit Of Humor

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