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  1. I am newly diagnosed and need some answers. As I have been researching all of the information that I can get my hands on in reference to celiac disease, I keep reading about "getting sick" if not on a strict gluten free diet. What exactly does getting sick mean? Every day I am vommiting in the mornings, and am having a rough time staying out of the bathroom. Lately my stomach has been really bothering me. I have been gluten free to my knowledge. Since I was diagnosed about 1 month ago I have been feeling so much better until last Thursday. Is it safe to assume that I got into something that is making me sick? If so, does anyone have the some ideas on what I can do to keep from feeling the way that I have been?
  2. I just wanted to thank everyone for the kind words and all of the encouraging information. It is really appreciated
  3. Thank you so much for your kind words. They help. This is all so very overwhelming and exciting all in the same. I al ready feel so much better and am looking forward to a much healthier life style. Thank you for your response.
  4. Hi there! I am recently ( in the last month) diagnosed with celiac disease. As I have been researching this disease I have came across alot of information on infertility and celiac disease. I am 30 yrs old and have have 5 miscarriages and 2 eptopic pregnancies in the last 7 yrs. I have 2 beautiful children ages 9 and 11 ( both normal pregnancies). After my last miscarriage about a year and a half ago, my doctor advised me to get my tubes tied. So I did, very much against my will. My husband and myself couldn't bare to see me go through the physical and emotional stress that came along with each loss. I thought that it would never happen. Now after reading all of the information that is out there I am finding myself being angry that I never had answers to why I couldn't carry a baby full term and now I can not have a child at all. Since being diagnosed I have found hope in the fact that I know what is wrong with me and can control it. I am aware that I will need to live a Gluten free lifestyle for some time before I can even consider getting my tubal ligation reversed, but I am hoping that someone can give some advise as to how long should I wait and is it even an option now that I know what is going on with my body, could I possibly carry a baby full term? (by the way there has never been a known reason as to why I lost my babies) Any information on this is appreciated!
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