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Update, Blood Tests & Gi Visit


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#1 dbuhl79

 
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Posted 10 November 2004 - 01:31 PM

:D Finally, the honor of getting to see the GI specialist. And believe it or not, they did not roll their eyes at my suggestion of Celiac Disease. In fact they're running blood tests and think its "very possible". Thank goodness!

They took all of my complaints and ailments very seriously and wanted all the information and then some that I could provide! It was so nice to have a very open minded doctor who didn't write it off as simply IBS. I know they're testing for three different things, and I'll post as soon as I get those results back.

To top it off, they actually said THEY would call ME. I can't believe it! I don't ha ve to call and leave a million messages to get my test results? I actually don't have to wait weeks for the mail to arrive with a hand written note?! Could this be too good to be true!! :blink:

Thanks for everyones supportive replies to my many posts on this forum. Celiac or not, you guys have been a wonderful resource and really appreciated.
Dana
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Posted 12 November 2004 - 01:38 PM

Anxious to hear results, how long did your blood test results take? I've heard varying stories from 2-3days to 5-6 weeks.
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