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There is also a celiac center at UCLA - Dr Weiss

mnburis, I'm concerned about your symptoms, especially the diarrhea being so frequent. I experienced pellagra after prolonged diarrhea. The symptoms are diarrhea, dermatitis, dementia and death. Pellagra is a deficiency of niacin (B 3). With your vitamin D and B 12 already diagnosed as ...

thats so exciting! let me know if you need any help with finding gluten-free products or brands when you move here

I have had NO breath tests done. Just blood, stool, colonoscopy and endoscopy. I'm sorry. I'm feeling so discouraged. I just know its going to be put down to IBS. And I personally feel that IBS is a throw away diagnosis when no one wants to investigate further.

Also, have you been tested for H. Pylori infection? I think I have seen that many ulcers can be attributed to that. It is also diagnosed with a breath test. Hang in there. Many people have been in your shoes. I wish it were easier.