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Symptoms, Atypical

This category comprises atypical signs and symptoms of celiac disease that do not typically alert the patient or doctor to suspect celiac disease.

Examples include repeat urinary tract infections, joint pain, constipation, depression, headache, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), kidney stones, and gastric reflux.

Recurrent Monoarthritis

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What Is Recurrent Monoarthritis? Recurrent monoarthritis is a joint disorder characterized by pain and inflammation involving just one peripheral joint (elbow, hand, knee, ankle, foot, or hip). What Is Recurrent Monoarthritis In Celiac Disease and/or Gluten Sensitivity?

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Weight Gain, Unexplained

What Is Unexplained Weight Gain? Unexplained weight gain is characterized by increased body mass due to excess fat accumulation that is not desired by the individual. A body mass index (BMI) of 25 to 30 signifies being overweight. What Is ...

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