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Hey there... So, I am going to get tested for other food intolerances. I have been having abdominal pain off and on for several weeks, and I did not have this kind of pain before going gluten-free. (Had gallbladd cked out and is okay). I was thinking of getting tested with Great Plains Labs or York, depending on which was easier with insurance. Has anyone used either of these. Was it work getting tested?

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Hi Jen,

I have being wondering the same thing. I would like to use York if I can because I wouldn't have to have a Dr. percription. Hopefully some one can shed some light on the subject for us. My daughter is better gluten-free but I still think she has other issues that we haven't found.

Best Wishes!

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Kasey'sMom-

Yeah, these tests definitely seem to be helpful. I decided to do it because I have had abdominal pain for several weeks after going gluten-free ! I looked around at places, york and great plains, and decided on great plains because they were cheaper, and I could submit the test to my insurance and get it covered. But if you're wanting to go that route w/o a doctor, york would be good. I'm not sure if you need a doctor's for great plains only if you submit to insurance or even if you pay cash yourself. York does give you a $100 discount if you pay cash for your test. Good luck with your daughter!

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