It was mentioned but KEEP EATING GLUTEN during testing!
The problem is the symptoms for Celiac and gluten sensitivity are associated with other disorders. Gluten can also be a "trigger" for other disorders or just known to excerbate other illnesses. It would be best to get a proper diagnoses. If you end up being diagnosed with another illness, you can use a gluten free diet to help manage other disorders/diseases. If the diagnoses is Celiac/DH/gluten sensitivity a gluten free diet is your primary treatment, but you may need to supplement vitamins and minerals.
It might be helpful to keep a food journal (even while eating gluten) to pinpoint other food sensitvities.
keeping a journal is a really good idea. I have an appointment at the Celiac center at Columbia, I discussed the options with my parents and they want to make sure it is Celiacs.