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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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How Long After Ingesting Gluten Do You See Symptoms In Your Kid?

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My 9 month old spits up sometimes. SOme days more than others. I was wondering if its even possible for gluten to cause her to spit up within an hour of eating it? WOuld it take longer?

How long did it take to see symptoms in your child after he/she ate gluten containing foods?

My 3 year old has gone gluten free and I want to give her gluten at some point to see if she reacts but am not sure when symptoms would appear. Minutes, hours, days, later?

What's has your experience been? Thank you!

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My daughter vomitted while still sitting at the table eating her dinner (of something gluten) on several occasions, which is what lead to the testing in the first place. she was still eating gluten regularly at that point but she wasn't vomiting every time she ate it.

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I don't know....one of mine spit up, no matter what he ate, for about 18 months. He has tested negative so far ( he's 20 years old).

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Our son may be different b/c he has a gluten intolerance vs celiac, but we typically don't see any changes till 2 days after eating gluten.

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My son will usually have a really bad poop with in a couple of hours or up to 12-18 hours later. Just depends. He took 1 little bite of pizza at a playdate the other day at 4pm; the next morning he work up fussy, out of it, and had his nasty chemical smelling poop, it's taken about 4+ days to get over. He spit up all the time as a baby, and so does my 8 month old. Not sure if it's connected to Celiac.

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My 18 month old has vomited within minutes of ingesting a gluten pretzel, by accident. If it's a "hidden gluten" like a spice that contains gluten and so it's not a huge amount, he'll have a white, runny, burning poop about an hour or two later. In both circumstances, he'll be sick for 1-2 days.

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My 8 year old daughter has stomach pains right once she starts to eat and will have to get up to use the bathroom 2-3 times during a meal. Most of the time diareeha.

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