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The tricky thing about celiac disease is that the symptoms come in all shapes and sizes and some people with celiac disease may never show any signs or symptoms.  Some of the more common symptoms are as follows – but remember people with a positive diagnosis may have all of these or none of them at all: bloating, gas, abdominal distention, abdominal pain (often left-side oriented) chronic diarrhea, chronic constipation, foul smelling stools, joint pain, depression, anxiety, brain fog, fatigue, lack of balance and coordination, tingling and numbness in hands and feet, headaches, decreased immunity, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, infertility and miscarriage, missed menstrual periods, tooth discoloration and/or enamel defects/loss,  vitamin or mineral deficiency, anemia, easy bruising, malnutrition. As you can see there are numerous symptoms of celiac disease and this list doesn't even cover all of them!