Celiac Disease During Pregnancy
Can't eat gluten? We've got the details on what your celiac disease means throughout pregnancy -- and tips on how to keep yourself and baby healthy.
What’s the best way to treat celiac disease during pregnancy?
Follow a gluten-free diet! Fortunately, that’s easier than ever to do. Most grocery stores now carry plenty of gluten-free foods to choose from.
What can I do to prevent celiac disease during pregnancy?
You can’t prevent it, but you can manage it.
What do other pregnant moms do when they have celiac disease?
“I will say I feel a bajilliion times better off gluten, so it's definitely worth it [to give up gluten]… Gluten-free eating can be a pain sometimes, and you definitely lack the convenience factor, but in the end it will be worth it.”
“I was diagnosed with celiac disease in October 2009. I know there may not be any correlation, but research does [suggest] that celiac disease can cause infertility as well as multiple miscarriages.”
Are there any other resources for celiac disease?
National Foundation for Celiac Awareness
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