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Dr. Baert (gastroenterologist)
H.Hartkliniek, Kwadestraat 16, 8800 Roeselare

Dr. Deprettere (pediatric gastroenterologist)
U.Z. Antwerpen, Wilrijkstraat 10, 2650 Edegem
Tel: 03/821.30.00

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Walkurenstraat 39, 8800 Roeselare

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Stadsomvaart 5, 3500 Hasselt

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U.Z. Gasthuisberg, Herestraat 49, 3000 Leuven
Tel: 016/34.42.25 and 016/34.42.18

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Tel: 03/285.20.00

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Koning Albert 1 laan 69,3010 Kessel-Lo

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De Pintelaan 185, 9000 Gent

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Yep. Initially I had the full panel. DGP was the only positive and it's the only one my doctor orders now.

Well I wish mine was dia. earlier, I got all kinds of other food issues, and other auto immune disease that came up as complications. If you deal with and change over now you can prevent a even more limited diet. I was running a bucket list thinking I was going to die before my dia. I had slight ...

So, do they just test your DGP like they just test my TTG?

The only test I have had done is the TTG because that's what I had done initially after taking matters into my own hands and going to my local health fair. Celiac is so common they do that screening at our health fair. My number was so high that my doctor didn't order other labs and went straight...

Celiac used to be considered a children's disease - so, by the old standards, you are a bit old to be diagnosed. We now know that Celiac can start at any age. I don't know if you are a male or a female, but untreated Celiac can lead to miscarriages and infertility. And all the other stuff...