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Slight Risk Of Congenital Defects Tied To Parents' Celiac - Monthly Prescribing Reference

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Slight Risk of Congenital Defects Tied to Parents' Celiac

Monthly Prescribing Reference

(HealthDay News) — There is a slight increased risk for congenital malformation among the offspring of mothers or fathers with celiac disease, according to a study published in the July issue of Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Daniela Zugna ...

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This is interesting. My daughter was born with a congenital malformation of the trachea called tracheomalacia. While it turned out not to be incredibly serious, she was lifeflighted to the closest childrens' hospital the morning after she was born and spent most of a week in the NICU which was incredibly scary for new parents. We're lucky it was something she grew out of, and she turned out to be the daughter who has zero health problems and literally never gets sick, not even colds. Everyone is jealous.  <_< Glad to know what is likely to have caused it, even if it's one more notch in the headboard for celiac.  -_-

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