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Hi, I just wanted to thank u all for all ur help so far. After my severe episode earlier this week I saw my Dr who is very concerned so now whatever happens I at least have a Dr who wants to find the answer. Waiting for my coeliac panel to come back. TERRIFIED it comes back negative & I won't be allowed to be diagnosed as coeliac. It matters in UK as I can't get prescriptions for it :(

Oh well, I'll let u know.

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Regardless if the tests come back negative, it is best to go ahead and go gluten-free for 3 or 4 months. The tests are not 100% accurate/reliable, so a negative is not 100% reliable. Then there are also some people who never test positive but have severe symptoms. Tests are not as good a gauge of if you should be gluten-free as how your body reacts to gluten.

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