sorry about that was posting my message and my ipad frooze! Diagnosed about a year ago with celiac through a biopsy, with severe iron diffiency being my main sympton along with alot of headaches, i was wondering if its a bad idea to be continuing on a gluten diet??? I had two doctors tell me its up to me. I take iron supplements every day to keep my iron level up. any advice??????View Thread
Sorry about that! my ipad froze when i wanted to put my message up. diagnoces with celiac about a year ago through a biopsy. It was discovered because of severe iron diffiency . This being my only severe sympton along with alot of headaches, is it a bad idea to continue on a gluten diet?????? I had two doctors tell me its up to me and send me on my way. any advice????View Thread
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