This might have already been mentioned, but make sure you get copies of all of your test results. It's nice to have them so you can compare numbers post diagnosis. It's also nice to be able to see exactly where your numbers fall within the range of "normal." Sometimes what the lab says is normal, isn't actually normal for you. A good example of this is the TSH test for thyroid: many people experience symptoms of hypothyroidism after their numbers hit 3.00+, but many labs consider numbers up till 5.00 to be normal.
Maybe you could get copies of the reports from the endoscopy/colonoscopy? If you have any questions you could post the results here: there are many knowledgeable people around this forum who can help decipher the medical jargon. :-) Did your doctor test for vitamin deficiencies? Digestive enzymes and probiotics also helped me A LOT. Make sure your probiotics have more than just 1-3 strands of good bacteria! Culturelle makes a GFDF version that helped me also.
Good luck and hugs!
Edited to add: Many of us need to go dairy free for a little while (typically 9-12 months) to aid in our healing because Celiac can cause a secondary lactose intolerance from the damage to the villi (the tips produce lactase, which is what helps us digest lactose). Also, have you been avoiding oats...even gluten-free oats?
Thanks for the good information, I do get copies of my lab reports on my thyroid. I bounce back and fourth every 3 to 6 months. I had half of my thyroid removed years ago and have never been regulated. I may have had celiac for years and did not know until recently. Maybe once I get the celiac under control the issues of absorption will help with my medications absorpting properly. My Iron was low and it is now normal I will have to see if they checked other vitamins. I recently started taking a probiotic will have to look into digestive enzymes. I am avoiding all oats as well.
Thank you for your suggestions and especially the hugs!!!