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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. This sounds like my daughter. She is 16 months and 21 lbs (barely) and has consistently runny/ diarrhea stools
  2. I am so happy to have found this board. My daughter is 16 months and is stuck barely holding on to 21 lbs and is just about "failure to thrive ". Its 1 am and everything I have read about celiac FITS her to a T. I'm calling her pedi in the morning but I need suggestions on how to go about it or questions to ask. I want to go gluten-free for a week just to see how she does. I know she has to have gluten in her system for testing so would it be smarter to just wait for the results? I have heard testing this early isn't always %100. HELP PLEASE!