Symptoms of Celiac disease
Diarrhea, weight loss, and nutritional deficiencies such as anemia. Other symptoms include frequently pale and or light-yellow, foul-smelling stools that float; fatigue; depression; abdominal swelling; muscle cramps; wasting; and bone and or joint pain
Diarrhea is the most commonly observed symptom. Infants and children may show vomiting; stunted growth; intense burning sensation of the skin; and a red, itchy skin rash. Ulcers may develop in the mouth. The child may look anemic and undernourished.
Babies may lose weight or gain it more slowly and do not seem to be thriving well. The disease can begin in the first few months of life.