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Pain, Tingling Bottom of Feet - 2 years gluten-free diet

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I was diagnosed with celiac 2 years ago and have been following strict gluten free diet. Recently, I have been having symptoms like tingling and pain in the bottom of both of my feet, toes really hurt, the pain travels up to my ankles and calves, joint pains(?), numbness. I've always had cold feet and hands, but only when the weather is cold. But I was having cold feet on a hot summer day, which is really odd. I did some research and stumbled upon this forum where people mentioned about neuropathy. I didn't have any of these symptoms before being diagnosed or for the past 2 years of being strictly gluten free. My question is: 

  • Can I still get it even with strict gluten free diet? 
  • How do I get diagnosed for this? 
  • What can I do to relief the pain? 

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