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Hello, Has anyone ever heard of a celiac diagnosis through an ultrasound? I have a friend who had an ultrasound for diverticulitis issues and the dr said he also had celiac disease. No blood test, no endoscopy. I don't think he wants to make this life change in his diet without knowing for sure.

I just went there last week and the lady was very helpful. She came back to our table several times to ask about the meal and I was fine afterwards.

Companies get so sneaky with labeling. I stick with the companies that are dedicated gluten free if I am buying processed foods. Most will have a website with a section under Frequent Q&A's. If they don't, email or call to get clarification as to how the item is processed. I know that my family can't eat anything that has been made on a shared line and then cleaned. Good Luck....

I get it on the back of my right leg and right elbow. I have no idea why it's just limited to the right side of my body. My family care doctor prescribed me a steroid and steroid cream. The oral steroid has only made me grouchy and fat! I'm probably going to stop taking it since it hasn't helped the rash much. Good luck getting rid of yours!

Had The rash for years before I went gluten-free. My rash took about a month or two to heal and vanish. When I get glutened the rash areas start to itch a bit- besides being constipated it's my only clue! good luck and be patient