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1/25/07 12:52 A

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I have 5 kids no problems here...but I have known 2 people who were infertile until they started a gluten free diet...within 2 months both of these women got pregnant. Hope that helps.

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1/25/07 12:50 A

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I have 5 kids no problems here...but I have known 2 people who were infertile until they started a gluten free diet...within 2 months both of these women got pregnant. Hope that helps.

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1/24/07 11:12 P

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So SO good to hear... I dont really know what I want to do career wise... after 5 years of univeristy and looking at another 2 for nusring which at the moment ive decided to do.. but i do know i for sure want kids so i was not enjoying the " may bea possible connection " stuff thank you ladies! emoticon

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1/24/07 10:30 P

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I was never officially diagnosed, but think I am "fairly"? infertile - I got pregnant once and carried her to full term (overdue more likely - she didn't want to come out! lol). I have not used birth control in 25 years. I have no gyno issues.

My best friend is also celiac and she considered herself "fertile Myrtle" - she took birth control and also has had irregular and heavy cycles & uterine cysts ablated. She carried three children to term, no problems (if you don't consider "hemmies" a problem!).

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1/24/07 8:10 P

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Not for us. I was diagnosed about 5 yrs ago and my daughter is 7 months. We tried for only a few months.

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1/22/07 8:59 P

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I have heard that if it is left untreated (as in the continued eating of foods containing gluten)it can cause problems with getting pregnant.

I had both my daughters before I developed my intolerance of gluten.



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1/22/07 8:13 P

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I have read in a few places about how if left undiagnosed CD can lead to infertility but since all of you on here are diagnosed (i assume) was getting pregnant a problem?

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