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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Have you had your vitamin levels checked?

Are you supplementing calcium and vitamin D?

Other vitamin deficiencies can contribute to the bone pain too.

And cross contamination can too.

even if you are doing everything right it can still take a long time to heal.

but I will say that when I started supplementing vitamins, I felt better in a couple of months.

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Sorry, hon, but everyone heals at their own pace. My excruciating bone/joint/muscle pain is still with me---only it is LESS intense.

I am gluten-free over a year.

If you are younger, it may take you less time.

Some people report 10 months for it to go away, some 3 years.

There is no set-in-stone time frame that I know of --believe me, I have looked.

Hang in there. Your body is healing and in time, you will feel better and better. :)

Eat well, take your vitamins and probiotics and try not to stress about it.

IH

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Everyone is different. For my cousin it took 3 months, For my other cousin it took almost 2 years.

But make sure you keep track of how you feel and your symptoms because it can be more severe than you think. My symptoms have never gone away and recently they have gotten worse. I was diagnosed with celiac disease 3 years ago so it was confusing. I am very careful with my gluten free food. I ended up in the hospital for 2 months and the doctors were all confused. so they sent me to a larger hospital that knows about celiac disease. They tested me for other auto immune diseases that MIMIC celiac disease. There are a few other disease out there that have the same exact symptoms as celiac disease but dont heal with just eating gluten free, it takes actual medication. I actually was diagnosed with Refractory Celiac Disease where my body is not responding to the gluten free diet. I hope this helps!! Good luck!!

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