She has improved with her pain but still has symptoms.

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My daughter has Celiac disease. She has been gluten free for two months. She has improved with her pain but still has symptoms. I read an awful lot about people stating they were completely better in a few weeks. My question is will she continue to improve or is this the best we’re going to get

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Krissie 4 years 0 Answers 480 views 0

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  1. It can be weeks, months or years, everyone is different depending how much damage was done to your villi.

  2. Keep eating gf, it takes time, you will feel better.

  3. It took my daughter a couple of months. She is happier and has more energy now than she has ever had before.

  4. It takes a lot of time.

  5. Stick with it and give it more time, improvement will come.

  6. Just make sure you avoid cross contamination and wheat/gluten in sauces. Takes time to heal gut. I felt better with no gluten free products as well for a month, no sugar and limited fruit just to help with healing good luck

  7. Most people see significant improvement after 2 to 6 months, some people take longer and there are types of celiac that don’t ever experience full recovery. That said, I would examine her diet to see if she’s gluten free or gluten free-ish. Try cutting corn and oats out of the diet, and reducing any processed packaged gluten free foods, as these can still contain gluten in small amounts. 🙂

  8. Thanks for all the help!! She’s 11 and it’s just hard to watch her in discomfort. 😔

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