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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I'm not sure what blood test have been done. (Ill have to look at his records) but he was dairy free for about a year and everything was still the same. We tried gluten free for about a month and everything was the same. So his gi doctor told me to take him off the diet. (I thought he would need to be on it longer)
  2. I have a 3 year old little boy that has been having gi issues since he was about a 1 year old. He has had several biopsies of the small intestine that has showed his villi is blunted. But his blood test has came back negative. He has severe ftt and got a gtube at 18 months for failure to thrive. He still struggles with his weight even receiving lots of formula. There are days he has bad diarreah. His gi is at a loss so he is sending us to an celiac specialist. Any advice is much welcomed!