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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Thanks for the tips. I did read somewhere last night on this about play doh and it saved us tonight when she wanted to get it out. Thanks for the tips. Will look into all suggestions. Thank you for taking the time to respond. We appreciate it.
  2. I am new and not sure if I can reply here or should have started new. I had a question about the vitamin test you mention above. I have a 6 yr. old daughter with stomach pain every day for last 6 months. End of Nov. had endoscopy done which showed the blunted villi. Immediately put on gluten free diet. Bloodwork came back as fine though. For the past month there have been 5 days that she did not complain. I don't know what we are missing. She is very pale (had no idea until reading this thread that this is related). She is blond and on the fair side so I had not really given it thought. What type of tests did you have done? Did you request this from the pediatrician or the GI?