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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Days Twelve And Thirteen

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Porcelina

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So exactly 24 hours later, just like clockwork, on day 12, a migraine sets in. I'm assuming the pizza because that's what I pigged out on 24 hours earlier. I was also very sore under my armpits and chest, like I was either coming down with the flu or had done push ups the previous day (which I had not).

Today, day 13, I went to the chiropractor as my back was acting up again. And now, I'm getting a cold. My first cold in about 2 years. No, I'm not even joking. I rarely get sick thankfully. It could be a coincidence as I was hanging out with a semi-sick two year old on Sat, but at the same time, it could be that gluten lowered my immune system just enough to let me get sick.

Yay!
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