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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I was diagnosed and started my gluten-free diet in July 2003 and get my blood retested in November. I'm one of those more silent-celiac sufferers because I don't have overt gastric symptoms (although I do have Osteopenia even though I'm not in menopause) -- so I wouldn't know if I'd accidentally ingested some gluten.

My sister's household uses wheat cat litter for their cats. The cats come around you when you're visiting and they climb on the furniture and jump on the dining table etc.

Does anyone have any information on the dangers of wheat cat litter and Celiacs? It's dusty in the room where they keep the litter box and I wonder how much of that dust is throughout the house and even on my sister and her family's clothes. I assume if there's dust, there's also some dust in the air that gets breathed in.

I'd hate to stop visiting her at her house, but I need to beat this Celiac.

Thanks for any info. or experiance anyone has with this!

-GFHeather

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