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  1. Thank you all for your responses! I do appreciate them. I have to admit that the list is a bit overwhelming! He wanted to wait because he thought it was possible that the test was wrong. One part of the test (sorry, don't remember what it was called) was a 5. He said that normal was a 4. He just wanted to be sure before we went gluten-free. She doesn't have any symptoms. It was caught in a routine blood test that she has done yearly. (She has Down syndrome and it was one of the battery of tests done.) As an aside, one of my other children has Type 1 diabetes, but does not show symptoms of celiac's disease though he is tested for it yearly. Another child has been dx with ADHD. I honestly believe that a gluten-free diet may be of benefit to all of us. I'm planning to have all of us tested. As an aside, is there a way to receive notices via email of responses to a post? Thanks!
  2. Hi, I'm new to this forum. My 4yo was just recently diagnosed with celiacs disease. Well, kind of. She is "just barely" above the markers for normal. Her biopsy showed "mild symptoms consistent with celiac's disease". Our doctor told us that we could wait 6 months and have her blood tested again to confirm and use this time to learn. I'm wondering about kitchen items and what I will need to get rid of or replace. I've heard stoneware, cutting boards and toaster. Are there other things? Does anyone know if a grain mill can be cleaned and used? I appreciate any help. I'm not sure if this is the right forum to post on, but hope so. Blessings Leslie
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