Can anyone give me a sense of how long it took you to recognize symptoms that your child has been glutened? For three days at the end of last week, my 4 yo daughter was complaining of tummy aches, refusing to eat much, and running low bgs that were difficult to treat. I'm wearing gluten glasses these days, and this all felt very much like the 2 months before her celiac diagnosis, so I figured she'd been inadvertently glutened either at school or at a restaurant and we'd just have to ride it out. Then, yesterday, my daughter started complaining of a sore throat, and she positively wilted; all she wanted to do was lay in the dark. And then it hit me that we've seen similar symptoms before the onset of strep throat: terrible stomach aches, usually with vomitting after a couple of days, and low bgs that don't respond well to treatment (sometimes with a fever but not always). We've experienced this pattern before she gets a strep throat diagnosis at least 5 or 6 times since she was dx-ed with Type 1. I took her to urgent care last night, and she does in fact have strep throat. I feel awful that I was complacently assuming glutening when she probably felt super crummy with the onset of the strep bug. So, I guess my question for the veterans is if/when I will get to the point where the glutening symptoms are obvious? I'd hate to miss a bug because I'm thinking celiac, and vice versa, especially because stomach issues make it so difficult for us to control her bgs.