The celiac disease may be revealed at any age and in infants, until it begins to feed grain, probably do not know they are infected or not.
The symptoms of this disease are many and varied, usually presents with chronic diarrhea (malabsorption syndrome), repeated vomiting, abdominal distension, flatulence, lack of muscle mass, weight loss, growth retardation, short stature, skin and very dry hair, softening, loss of appetite and bad character.
When children are little larger triggers with strong abdominal pain, lack of energy, rejection of sports, and rejection of sport and often cause changes in their menstrual period.
It is diagnosed, when the attend doctor discuss some of these symptoms mentioned above, therefore review the child’s pediatrician, and indicate blood tests to detect certain antibodies whose presence or absence are highly indicative for the diagnosis of celiac disease, and confirm or rule out all suspicions. However the final diagnosis is made by biopsy of the small intestine and by responses to a gluten-free diet, or without TACC.
The only way to control this disease is through this strict diet free of TACC, this means that the person should eat in for life, foods not containing gluten, because in this way we are preventing complications, and guaranteeing an optimal development in addition to good health and quality of life.