Autistic Daughter W/ Strange Bowel Problems, Tooth Decay, More in Parents, Friends and Loved Ones of Celiacs Posted October 9, 2009 · Report to Admin I agree with everyone else, you should definitely have her tested for Celiac. We did the blood test and endoscopy and I am glad I did as they have been following her blood levels to monitor her gluten free diet. My daughter had the stomach pains and vomiting prior to going gluten free. She would have hours of sharp stomach pains and then vomit several times and then seem as if everything was completely fine. We have been gluten free since January of this year and had an episode where she was glutened last week which followed with severe pains and vomiting again. Also, prior to being gluten free she had problems with seizures, has been seizure free now for 4 1/2 months without meds. (Prior to that she was seizure free for 1 1/2 yrs on meds) She also had the yellowing teeth and fatigue. She needed at least 12 hours sleep a night and if she lost sleep from a late night out (and I mean only slightly late) it took her several days to a week to recover. I have been amazed how much she has improved over the past 9 1/2 months. It just seems to keep getting better. I really hope the gluten free diet can help you and your daughters!