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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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2 days ago I was told I had celiac

I guess learning to change everything about what you should eat and drink is scary

As a question or 5 😄

Can celiac cause night sweats , stop u from sleeping , eating , thinking too much , and no engery

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As a question or 5 😄

Not sure what this means?

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thinking to much isn't a bad thing, however the rest of it can be celiac based.

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Yeah, changing everything you eat is scary. However, most people can eat meat, vegetables, and fruit which they have been eating. For almost everything you can find substitutes. Work to make the changes, but give yourself time to adjust.

Sorry, you were surprised by this news, but glad you found out while there was time to heal. Yes,

you might have no energy,

it might be hard to think,

you may be foggy.

or have extreme fatigue,

but the disease is controlable. You can begin to heal.

Oh, I have night sweats, but I don't know if they are celiac related.

I would like to hear more of your story if you have the strength now. Otherwise over time you can heal.

My story in on the blog section of the forum. You can click on more in the upper left and click on blogs. I am desperateladysaved. The post "Back from Nowhere' tells the beginning of my story.

I hope you will be feeling better and better as time goes on.***

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Yes to all of the above. Whenever I get glutened, I get night sweats, have foggy thinking, no energy, etc. I hope you decide to adopt a very restrictive gluten-free diet. You won't be sorry! Welcome to your new feeling of wellness!

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The night sweats may be due to a Vit D deficiency, which would not be surprising if you have celiac.

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Was out yesterday kinds was bad and right now I'm paying for it my kids and gluten-free told me off but never thought how bad I'll feel touching gluten again

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Was out yesterday kinds was bad and right now I'm paying for it my kids and gluten-free told me off but never thought how bad I'll feel touching gluten again

Welcome to the forum, Ezzeryen. I'm not really sure what you're saying here.

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