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

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  1. 19f and I am 2 years and 3 months gluten free. My numbers Never reached below 80!! My gastroenterologist says i am the most sensitive celiac patient she has. I just had a test this week and they were 105!! Not only that, a different doctor chimed in and noticed how all my other numbers tested were perfectly low and healthy. "Usually when you have such a high number, This Other Number is usually high with it... but yours is not. i have NEVER seen someone with this before, it is Extremely rare. I have only read a little about it somewhere." Does anyone have any idea as to what is going on???   (The new doctor says she tests her patients for thyroid and liver problems annually. So i am getting tested for those things next, even though i was tested for them two years ago.)