Wanting to run the same test again makes me think of that quote about insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
But I am not sure what this quote has to do with this situation at all. This is standard protocol for follow-up care with celiac.
And, you want to see a different result: a low antibodies level.
He is still having symptoms and the first thing a doctor should do is make sure the antibodies are coming down.
Otherwise, he does not have the celiac under control.
But his good test results show that he does. so it may be something else causing his
before you start thinking that fluoride and toothpaste and water and so many other things are contributing to your problem, see the urologist
and then, go back to the GI doctor. It's not always about gluten or things we ingest. It could be something amiss in your GI tract that is easily remedied
You could simply have other GI issues, relatively common in conjunction with celiac disease (h. pylori, microscopic colitis, gastritis, lack of good gut bacteria.)
I'd get checked out by the GI doctor if I were you, but it's your call. Offered IMHO
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