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Celiac disease and leg aches

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I've been diagnosed and following a strict gluten-free diet for 10 years now. The past 3 or so years I've been having constant leg aches in both of my legs in my thighs and calves. They are worse at night but still ache all day everyday. I've been to several doctors and all blood work has came back normal. They think it might be related to the celiac disease. Anyone else have similar issues? What did they do for you? Thanks

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If they are going to blame your leg pain on celiac disease (which you should be healed after 10 years of a gluten free diet), it should be confirmed that your antibodies are very low.  When was the last time you had follow-up testing (a full celiac blood panel) to confirm dietary compliance?  

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