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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Dr. Kinney In Minnesota Anyone?

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Hi, I am wondering if anyone has ever seen Dr. Kinney in Minnesota? He is who I am seeing, and I am wondering if he is very educated about celiac disease. I was having a biopsy done for other reasons, and I asked them to biopsy for Celiac as well. The nurse said fine, but that celiac disease wouldn't cause my abdominal pain I am having anyway.

They took 2 biopsies from my small intestine and they were negative.

Meanwhile, my 3 year old daughter was blood tested and biopsied, both of which were positive.

My symptoms include diarrhea, bloating, nausea (especially in the morning), severe upper abdominal pain, iron deficiency anemia, hair loss, extreme fatique, axiety/depression, joint pain, bone pain, tingling hands and feet, infertility, irregular periods, chest pain, racing heart, late puberty, GERD and Barrett's esophagus, bruising easily.

It seems with my symptoms, that they should at least look at the possibility that the damage was missed in the biopsy... right?

They don't seem to think that. They said the biopsies were negative, you don't have it.

Has anyone else seen this doc or been diagnosed by him?


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