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Refractory Celiac Disease is defined as one whose symptoms do not improve, even while on a Gluten Free diet.
In order to be properly diagnosed as someone who has Refractory Celiac Disease, a few questions must be answered:
If doctors conclude that you do have Refractory Celiac Disease, it is important for doctors to check for complications, such as lymphocyctic Colitis, lymphoma, and pancreatic insufficiency.
If you have Celiac Disease, and your symptoms have not improved, make an appointment with your Primary Care Physician, or your GI doctor immediately. It is better to be safe than sorry, especially with the increased risk of the above complications.
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