According to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness 85% of people who have celiac disease are still undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. That would have surprised me years ago, but doesn’t now. Why? Because when my youngest son was diagnosed with Celiac Disease over five years go the pediatric gastroenterologist told me that Celiac Disease effects everyone differently, and that he considered it to be the most misdiagnosed and/or undiagnosed condition there is.
Here is a Celiac Disease Symptoms Checklist you can use, as well as share with family and friends.
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