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#16 gf4life

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Posted 02 September 2004 - 03:54 PM

Is it possible that celiac can develop later even if the biopsy of the villi is negative?


YES! It is possible, especially if you are having obvious reactions to gluten.

I'm glad the endoscopy went well for you. :)

God bless,
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Posted 08 September 2004 - 04:59 PM

As indicated....I had the biopsy completed (since my bloodwork was conflicting) in a hospiatal setting on the day after my birthday. The next day, I had a complete abdominal catscan (drinking barium solution with contrast solution pumped in intravenously during test).


GREAT NEWS!!!


All tests were negative. Stress and lactose intolerance seem to be the problem which results in spastic colon during these times. I also have some trigger foods and wheat prodicts seem to be ok.

MY ADVICE TO ALL......HAVE THE BLOODTESTS AND ENDOSCOPY DONE TO PUT ALL FEARS TO REST. I will use some gluten free foods since I was researching and trying different foods just in case.

Keep this message board going...It was a great help!!!
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