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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Gluten In Board Books?
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Hello. My son Tyson recently tested positive for the IgA and IgG antibodies; and we are going to see a GI doctor this week. He has been gluten free for about 2 weeks now. Prior to going gluten-free he was having 8 mucousy, horrible smelling diapers a day and was very gassy, bloated and irritable. Now I think his mood is better; but he still is having some mucousy diapers. They are less; like only 3 a day at most. So I am wondering if he is still getting exposed to gluten? He absolutely LOVES his chunky board books; and loves to chew on them (he is working on some molars :( There are several of his books that he has 'shredded'; and I know he swallows bits of cardboard. Anyone heard of gluten in board books? Renee

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Your posting made me laugh! I haven't checked with the ingredients on board books yet! Tee hee! I have a 16 month old who has celiac disease. She manages to get her mouth on quite a few things that I have a feeling are not gluten-free. The only thing that keeps me from losing my mind, is the fact that I know in a couple of years, she will know not to put her mouth on everything! Good Luck with finding out that info!

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