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Nerve damage can take a long time to heal. A long time. Maybe never (otherwise all people with spinal injuries would recover). But most members report improvement over time. A month into a clean gluten-free diet is not enough time, in my non-medical opinion.
That said, you may have other autoimmune issues that could cause the same nerve issues. Consider getting tested. Ennis was right. Get your thyroid checked. I have autoimmune gastritis and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis which impact my nerves. I have pins and needles this very instant, but I know I am having a flare-up of my autoimmune Gastritis and my thyroid. My celiac disease is in remission (per repeat biopsies).
Just an update,
I have seen the consultant and he thinks it's coeliac, he is going to do a biopsy in the next week or two and if that's negative he wants to do a gene test.
I will let you all know what happens