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female...girl power!!!! Wow celiac3270! I saw your new avatar and you look just like my older cousin!! :o youre like twins or something.

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hey you guyz..well i am a 13(almost 14) year old girl...and have had celiac disease since i was about 2 so i wanna meet more people like me... please e-mail or aim me aim-spongebobfan888 e-mail-hunterhalverson@hotmail.com

just tell me your name and where you live...and that you are from here(or just say you have celiac disease too) lol and i will talk to you

thanx,

Hunter

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Any teenage males besides ben???? I'm female and 14, almost 15 :PB)

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Actually, Im the ONLY female Celiac I know, and my Uncle, Dad, Cousin(male) and @ brothers of mine are Celiac... wierd

Ya, I wish more guys would talk on stuff like this... They're fun to talk to

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Hey I'm a girl. 15 almost 16. I'm new 2 the site and I've had Celiac for about a year. How many of u guys have friends or know people in your towns w/ Celiac?

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Ya im a dude!!! :lol:

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Hey! I'm a girl. 16 years old, diagnosed 2 months. There are way more girls on here than guys. <_<

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Quarter century (25) year old guy here who just found out that i could have celiac disease. I cant tell you how long i've been dealing with GI tract problems (atleast 13 years). i thought everybody had an upset stomach after they ate, or a heavy feeling after slamming beers, so i got used to all the discomfort that i would experience. i found out after a female cousin of mine was having stomach problems for past 5 years and just recently had the 3rd intestine biopsy, which came back positive for celiac disease. our grandmother has the same stomach problems (her stomach 'talks to her' after she eats her bowl of cream-o-wheat in the morning) and her mother has similar problems. uncle has had severe colitis and other stomach problems.

have been 99% gluten free for the past 3-4 weeks and have seen drastic health improvements. cooking and taking food with me when i go out or bringing my own beer (redbridge is all i can find right now) is something i'm still getting used to. being in austin texas really helps out because its filled with restaurants that cater to vegans, so many of my favorite restaurants are aware of gluten and have menus for people with celiac disease. going out downtown or to 6th street is hard because i love the taste of beer and i cant have it anymore (but i'm fine with it cause i know for a fact that its bad and messes with my GI tract) so i try and find ciders or not drink at all.

is it possible to grow out of celiac disease and become gluten tolerant? there is so much cajun cooking i'm missing like bread pudding....pound cake....mmhmmm.... :D

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I was just reading the first page about how many women post here vs. men, not realizing it was from 2005. In my health care class last quarter we just discussed how insurance companies prefer young men to young women because we never go to the doctor!

Anyway, I'm a man. Well, male anyway, I'm not sure I'm ready for all the responsibilities that come with using the grown-up terms yet, 19 isn't that old! :P

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