I have a question for you all. I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease about 15 months ago. I have Type 1 diabetes (since I was 12), and had been going through years of issues that were thought to have been rheumatological. I have markers for Lupus, and other auto immune issues. While going to a routine appt with my endocronologist, I explained that the "fibromyalgia" that I had been diagnosed with was "kicking my butt". Make a long story short... I have Celiac. (biopsy confirmed). It's been 15 months, and I have to say dispite CAREFULLY following the diet, my "rheumatological symptoms" persist. OK, so they're not being caused by the Celiac Disease. So, I have Celiac Disease with NO SYMPTOMS. My question is, why follow a diet to cure a disease that I have no symptoms of? NONE ... my stomach - fine. No malabsorbtion issues - all my levels were normal at diagnosis. I really want to just go back to my normal, much healthier diet. Many people don't get diagnosed until their in the 60's, 70's. NO ONE in my family has this... NO ONE. I'm very frustrated. Any ideas are greatly appreciated...
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