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  1. Omg really that's a bit crazy, I just don't understand, I feel like I'm the only one struggling with this. To me it's like telling a smoker that smoking is going to kill them. Yeah I understand the osteoporosis part, I did have a slight problem there but am taking chewable Cal/Mag/Vit D3 tablets and have felt anything else since. Thank you guys, just need a good wake up call
  2. I was diagnosed when I was 18. I'm now 27. Iv never stuck to my celiac diet because I love normal food too much, I went to get my ega levels checked (or whatever its called) recently. Doctor said its meant to be between 0-3 and mines is 128. The problem is that it very rarely bothers me. I don't know if I'm used to the pain as I previously had kidney failure. I know the risks, my doctor never fails to remind me, but because I don't feel anything it's like it's not real 😕 Could i just get better on my own, or is this something I should really start worrying about? I need some motivation, because a doctor saying it will kill me one day isn't working.
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