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"the Trigger"

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I think it started the day I was conceived. I always had problems with severe brain fog and fatigue. It got progressively worse in my 20's and by my mid 30's I almost lost everything. I really don't think I would be alive right now if I kept eating gluten.

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Add me to the mono list (Yikes!). I had it when I was 17 and things got far worse following the illness. Prior to that, I had suffered throughout childhood with digestive problems, had chronic upper respiratory illnesses and D and cramping. I also had my appendix removed when I was in 6th grade and I remember my issues getting more intense afterward, but it wasn

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I was always a sickly child. It started with diarrhea as a baby. Tonsils out at age 2!!!! Teeth sealed at age 7 (enamel was coming off). Hated dairy as long as I can remember. Lots of throwing up since childhood. Always tired as a kid. High white blood cells as a kid.

You'd think with all of the above, someone would have clued in. I was 30 when diagnosed!!!!

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I'd say I was the event that caused my husbands celiac to arise. Well, I shouldn't say that but we met & married really quickly so in a period of a few months we moved in, bought a house, moved to the new house & all of the sudden he was a father to a 6 year old. He loves it & it has been fun. However, the day we closed on our new house.......he got sick. He had a ton going on as did I in a really short time frame. He has it under control though & we are all happy & healthy now.

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To much partying.

I'm pretty sure my celiac developed during my late teens/early 20's when I was partying A LOT. I think I wore my body out, and my lifestyle was just so fast for my body to handle.

I agree on that last sentence, mine also developed when I was overworking my body out physically.

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