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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. Have To Take Gluten

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  2. Symptoms, Negative Tests

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  3. Anyone Get Worse At 5 Mo. Gluten Free?

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  5. Celiac/gerd Mixture

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  6. Joint Pain

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  7. A Positive I Noticed!

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  8. Itching Finally Under Control

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  9. Companies Just Don't Get It

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  10. Hashimotos Antibody Tests

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  11. Going To The Doctor...

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  12. Uk Prescriptions .

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  13. What Would You Do

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  14. Routines With celiac disease

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  15. Which Is Easier For You: Dairy Or Gluten Free?

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  16. Frustrated In Mn

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  17. Gluten Free Oats

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  18. Anyone Have Nail Fungus?

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  19. Kinda Don't Know What To Do 1 2

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  20. Dad Meant Well.....

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  21. Celiac Resources In Other Languages

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  22. What!?!?!?!?!?

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  23. Anyone Have Issues With Synthetic Dyes?

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  24. Bummer...going Dairy Free

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