Are you saying you were on a low gluten diet when you were tested before? If not it doesn't seem very likely to me that the tests will turn positive...unless you keep at it for maybe 10 years or so (average time to diagnosis in US).
If you get time, go back and read this thread from the start and you will see discussion about levels of gluten needed to turn a postive result. The summary is I was probably eating enough gluten to make me sick (assuming celiac disease) but definitly NOT enough to trip a postivie result.
The genetic test at Enterolab costs about $150. Maybe this would clarify things for you if you could do it.
It is almost a given that I have the gene, there are ppl in my family with symptons, but no one in my wife's. With think it played a big part in my grandfather's death. I can not afford $150.. that is WAY to much for me. The only way I am gonna get a test is if I go via my insurance apprived doctor and pay a $20 copay for the standard blood test.
I know you've tried being gluten-free but you should consider whether you've really given it a proper trial, given that for most adults it takes some time to improve.
I have been sick most of my adult life, I am not willing to wait a few years to see if I will get better when I can pontentialy knock this off the list by Thanksgiving.
Thank you for your thoughts and wishes!