First of all, I am very concerned for your health. I am an advocate of the transparent issues. I would suggest you complete your process
of diagnosis(the biopsy is what is used professionally for diagnosis
of a very serious illness like celiac disease). It is very important you take yourself seriously enough to see the difference between having any digestive disease, including celiac disease or an allergy to gluten.
Knowing well what you have will empower you to explain to your dates about your disease and your needs as a human being; you may be projecting insecurity at this point which your dates will pick-up. If they ask you what do you have and you respond vaguely they are not going to take you seriously. Now, if you can explain to them clearly:
"I have that because I was diagnosed with"... they will know what to expect.
If you are more confident about your health condition, you will attract confident and serious people to your life.
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