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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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  6. How Is Celiac Related To Anxiety?

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  7. My Blood Test Was Negative

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  10. Just Because You Can't.......

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  11. She Told Me I Was "weird"

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  12. Brain Fog=Car Accident?!

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  13. First Gluten-Free Road Trip - Any Advice?

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  14. More Gluten Today :(

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  15. A Newbie

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  16. Rant.

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  17. Probiotics And Enzymes

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  18. Working In A Bakery

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  19. Anyone Vegetarian And Gluten Free?

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    ya i got the dizziness..  doesn't feel like spinning dizzy.. just some off balance dizzy... I first noticed it a week or so after my stomach issues began..  lasted for a few days... then went away...    then came back again.... It was worse in the beginning..  when walking I would feel like I would become off balance for a second...    My doctor referred me to an ear doctor to che...
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    It would have to be ingested normally to trigger a reaction, that said even the dust that you get in your nose and drains into your stomach trapped in the mucus would trigger a reaction to some degree (We have seen this with flour dust in others). I used to work in a machine shop, dust mask did not matter, you were blowing black stuff out of your nose after work in the shower, only thing that sealed...