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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. That's interesting. I had a colonoscopy done last year looking for diverticulitis and that came back negative, so I'm pretty sure it's not that. But the soy is a good thought. Since going gluten-free, I think I've probably increased soy. I know I went on some vitamins that I had made sure were gluten free, but when I just checked them they had soy. I think I'll try cutting back and see if that helps. Thank you
  2. Is it normal to have constant pressure in my left side? When I was having regular attacks, before going gluten free, I would have pain that would start on my left side just under my ribs and eventually radiate across my entire abdomen. Now, I don't have the pain, but I still have constant pressure in my left side. I don't know if there's some gluten I am still getting, if this is just something I have to live with, or if I should be concerned about yet another condition. Debbie