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Posted 06 February 2005 - 07:44 PM

Definately...listen to your body if something is right with that then go with it...maybe you need to inform your doctor about celiac instead of him falsely informing you :lol:

Good luck with everything :D
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Posted 07 February 2005 - 10:14 AM

I was diagnosed recently and have been gluten-free for 2-months. Before that I had severe weight loss (20-pounds in 7-weeks). That was pretty much the clue my doctor needed to test me for celiac disease (positive Endoscopy and positive blood work).

I notice a gluten reaction within a short time after eating. I also get the bloating and the Big "D" as well. I have been feeling better here the past 2-weeks and I hope it is a sign that I am slowly healing :) .

Hang in There & Good Luck!

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