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Hey Palmtrees450, You are not alone. I am going through the exact same thing right now. I thought it was gone but unfortunately I ate something else that has triggered it again. After reading another article on here I am starting to think it is rice...yet one more thing to eliminate from my diet, have already given up dairy and corn, now rice. I have super high anxiety. Doesn't matter who it is or what is said I am over emotional and really struggle in day to day functions even down to just folding a basket of laundry. I do have Xanax but that doesn't even help anymore. I have actually stopped taking it because of that. Only thing that helps is time, rest and drink plenty of water. The rest helps me more because then I get to be still and not think about anything. Hard to function when you have what feels like 15 people in your head at one time talking to you but it is only your thoughts rushing through your mind. I truly hope you feel better soon. Just be cautious out there. Even down to making sure your kitchen is clean and that all of your utensils, plates, pans, etc. are washed extremely well as sometimes I feel like this is where some of my problem comes in at but I haven't figured all of that out yet.

He may need to make a diet change for his diverticulitis. But you can't diagnose Celiac that way. If it were me, I would try another doctor. Is one doesn't sound very good. http://www.cureceliacdisease.org/screening/

This sucks, I want to add to what Knitty Kittty said. We are the Niacin warriors on this board. Here is a long but informative thread that talks about where others' have discussed this topic exhaustively. I also recommend this thread where Knitty Kitty talks about how Niacin helped her itching associated with a DH rash. I hope this is helpful. posterboy,

Yeah I think it has something to do with our overly aggressive immune systems. not gotten virus sick in over 2 years despite being around people who are sick, sorta miss getting sick cause of a virus instead of getting sick cause I ate something that makes me throw up.

How frustrating that they did not do blood tests for celiac! Serpl mcnc is mass concentration in serum or plasma. So as cycling lady said, just checking your immune system.