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  1. I'm quickly reporting on my son's status as I find this information may be helpful for some. It's been about 10 days since I last posted and about 3 weeks since he started gluten-free (with the first 1.5 weeks being incomplete gluten-free as I was discovering hidden glutens so 1.5 weeks of true gluten...
  2. Thank you Knitty Kitty, yes I understand that everyone here is truly well-intended🙂 When you say some of you have gone undiagnosed for so many years developing other health problems along the way, do you mean Celiac (being undiagnosed for so many years)? It must have been difficult to try to make wa...
  3. Well, it looks like this thread is diverging away from what I had intended to make out of it so I won't crowd it with duplicate responses in regards to seeking medical advice as I personally see no point in that. I'll keep observing and if I notice anything significant I will post them as a reference...
  4. Hi J3ssica899, thank you for your concern. My son doesn't have any of the other diabetes symptoms, and the frequent urination is not clinical-level. It's just that he gets up like twice in the morning to pee rather than sleeping all the way through (during the few weeks before going gluten-free)...
  5. Hi Knitty Kitty, thank you for your comment. Dehydration definitely makes sense. I can start to see the link between those symptoms a little better now. And thank you for the book recommendation, it seems super useful for me. I've started on the gluten-free diet as well, first simply out of...
  6. Hi Scott, thank you very much for your thoughtful input! I am not interested in taking him to the doctor especially that diagnosis would require putting gluten back in him. What I have witnessed is more than enough for me to proceed with the gluten-free diet. The symptoms that I mentioned only appeared...
  7. Hello, I stumbled across this site after accidentally discovering my four year old child has gluten intolerance. He has always been difficult to gain weight (although height has always been above average) and after three days of feasting on gluten (buns, dumplings, sandwiches, bread, and pizza) in...