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hokyma

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  1. Thank you everyone, you have given me hope, I was fearful that nothing visual would just say "negative"....though I'm finding it hard to be patient. Was at the Doc with my son today and asking for a copy of hubby blood labs, but alas, doc said he would have to talk to my hubby first...then would mail. ACK!!!!!! My fingers are crossed we get a confirming diagnosis and don't have to struggle for years without knowing. Coincidentally, my toaster zapped out this morning, so I'm hoping this is a sign I can make drastic changes. Don't think hubby/kids will go along with the necessary changes unless the doc says it's necessary. I'm convinced, but it's not enough for them...even when I point out how badly "the guys" feel after a sandwich vs chicken breast and vegtables.
  2. My husband had an scope done today (blood last week, but don't have results yet-urgh) and I'm wondering if the doc would/should have seen eroded villi during the exam today or is the only way to detect damage after biopsy sample(s) are completed? Just feeling kind of anxious to know more either way. I'm somehow thinking Doc should have visually noticed changes and feeling kind of discouraged he did not, but I have no clue. I guess all the anticipation is killing me -I've been researching and learning for several months, come to grips with having to change over my kitchen and ways of eating for the whole family (both kids and myself are at minimum wheat sensitive/intolerant) and I think just looking for the green light to tell me "GO NOW". Any thoughts? Thanks in advance...