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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Does anyone have problems with peanuts as well? I have talked to celiacs who associate their problems with peanuts as part of celiac. It might just be that I have a peanut allergy as well but I just wondered if it could relate to celiac in any way.

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I don't think peanut allergies have anything to do with celiac disease. They're common, but I don't think there's any correlation between peanut allergies and celiac disease.

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I was told that we are sensitive to more things than other people so a peanut allergy wouldn't seem so odd.

There could be some odd connection or just that we are "weaker." If you get what I mean.

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I don't know......some people asked about greater sensitivity to regular sicknesses (flu, stomach virus, some other thing) and a few people mentioned that we don't have a greater sensitivity to that......I don't know if this also applies to allergies, or not, but that's what I based my inference on.

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I have a problem with peanuts but it is nothing to do with an actual allergy....

I am a very hard time digesting peanuts and they really hurt my system going through.... I don't have a problem with peanut butter though (the smooth kind)..

Have a great day!

Karen

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i developed a problem with peanuts a couple months after i was diagnosed.. my face gets really hot and red. its really weird all of things pop up one after another- lactose intollerance then gluten then peanuts. who knows whats next.

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I have a problem with peanuts - even food I think is safe (no peanuts) and then look back after the pain begins and realize it is made with Peanut Oil. I discovered this problem after I eliminated gluten from my diet. I have also since discovered soy and corn. I already was lactose/casein intollerant.

Anyway...fruit, veggies, and meat seem to be safe.

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People can have reactions to foods suddenly. . .like with penuts. . .

I do think it's all related but that's just my opinion.

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Also if you are having a spell of diarrhea nuts and beans can make it worse.

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I definately can't do peanuts! I seem to have a gluten type reaction whenever I eat them. I feel like I'm allergic to everything! <_<

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My friend is deathly allergic to peanuts and has celiac disease

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While I don't think there is a strict correlation (like the genes that cause celiac disease also cause peanut allergy), we may have more exposure to peanuts than some others, and food intolerances from an overactive immune system often go together, so it's not terribly surprising. It's one reason why I try fairly hard to avoid eating peanuts (or any other major allergen) on back-to-back days.

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