Does your child regularly get a stomach ache after eating bread, pasta, or pizza? Does he/she often have diarrhea, joint pain or prolonged fatigue? If your child is a girl, did her period start really late? All of these are symptoms that might point to celiac disease. To get the facts, check out this blog by Natasha Mendez, MD, Pediatric Gastroenterologist with our Westchester Health Pediatrics group.
Does your child have frequent headaches, skin rashes, stomach aches, is not gaining weight and/or is frequently tired? He or she may have celiac disease, an immune disorder caused by an intolerance to gluten. To find answers, read this informative blog by Mason Gomberg, MD, a pediatrician in our Westchester Health Pediatrics group.
One thing I’ve noticed in my practice over the years is that in many cases, patients are typically disinclined to talk to their doctor about digestive disorders. Maybe they’re embarrassed to discuss things like reflux or constipation, but they shouldn’t be. Often, treatments can be as simple as making lifestyle changes or taking over-the-counter remedies. Please don’t suffer in silence…if your digestive tract is bothering you or causing you pain, please go see your physician or a gastroenterologist.
Do you experience digestive problems, fatigue, skin rashes and other ailments when you eat gluten? You may have celiac disease. Learn the symptoms, risk factors and how to treat it in this highly informative blog by one of our Westchester Health Pediatrics pediatricians, Lauren Adler, MD, FAAP.