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Is There A Symptom Check List?

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My mother has a consultation with a gastro doc Friday. Her reg Doc did not pooh pooh the idea of possible Celiac. I want to print out a check list of symptoms. Is there a web site that has such a check list? The sites I've come across only have a few symptoms listed. And a lot list different symptoms, but I don't want to print out lots of listed symptoms from various web sites. I want the one big list.

I like the way my stomach feels now, too much, to go back to the way and the what I used to eat.

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I don't know why this link won't work, but I copied and pasted, from www.celiac.org

Celiac Disease Symptoms


Celiac Disease may appear at any time in a person's life. The disease can be triggered for the first time after surgery, viral infection, severe emotional stress, pregnancy or childbirth. celiac disease is a multi-system, multi-symptom disorder. Celiac Disease symptoms are extremely varied, can often mimic other bowel disorders and are not always gastrointestinal.


Infants, toddlers, and young children often exhibit growth failure, vomiting, bloated abdomen and behavioral changes.

Symptoms of Celiac Disease May Include One or More of the Following:

Recurring bloating, gas, or abdominal pain

Chronic diarrhea or constipation or both

Unexplained weight loss or weight gain

Pale, foul-smelling stool

Unexplained anemia

Bone or joint pain

Behavior changes/depression/irritability

Vitamin K Deficiency

Fatigue, weakness or lack of energy

Delayed growth or onset of puberty

Failure to thrive (in infants)

Missed mentrual periods

Infertility male & female

Spontaneous miscarriages

Canker sores inside the mouth

Tooth discoloration or loss of enamel

Have You or a Family Member Been Diagnosed With the Following?

Type 1 Diabetes

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome




Sjogren's Syndrome

Peripheral Neuropathy

Thyroid Disease

Dermatitis Herpetiformis



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