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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Too Hot

    Favorite quote of me (mom) in the house... "Is anyone else hot in here?" They all make fun of me, and at 44 I don't have a family history of early menopause, so it is the gluten. I am convinced after reading the other posts too.
  2. I am the worst dieter in the world. I am absolutely crushed by having to admit that I have to change my life and my habits. I LOVE being low maintenance. I know that I will feel better by receiving this diagnosis (it started with Dermatitis Herpetiformis (horrible skin rash) and has led to me needing to lead a gluten-free life, so I know that I will get some relief... but I just can't imagine how this is going to work. You all seem so matter-of-fact, and I am just downright annoyed and sad. Did anyone else just feel mad and sad and exhausted by this whole thing?