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I workout, but with lighter weight than normal. I never go to failure. But being tired is not one my symptoms.

Well I took test for deficiencies today won't get the results till Tuesday then I can go from there.. road to recovery

Ask them for a copy of your results and find a good gastroenterologist in your area. Go there and give them the results. That's what I did. I didn't even bother with my GP. I got the results from the health fair and called a GI in Denver. My insurance didn't require a referral. My GI was the one who put me on the track to being accurately diagnosed. And regardless, you need to be hooked up with a good GI if you've got Celiac so that they can follow you.

Also, I had my bones checked a few months back (In January), and they were awesome. I'm still shocked at how well my body did with Celiac. I hear about all of my friends on here who had crazy horrible symptoms and I never did. I'm grateful. Because those ugly things would come eventually.

I work out regularly and I would say NO to working out if you have been glutened or are really tired. You know what happens to people who work out when they are really fatigued? They suffer injuries. I was not well enough to work out until I had been gluten free for 4 years but I am much older than you so I doubt it will take 4 years for you. Drop the work-outs for now and just go for walks outside when you feel better. The fatigue has to be better before you try to do gym work. I know you didn't want to hear that but I don't want you to end up injured, on top of everything else. Take care of yourself for now and let yourself heal!