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    Not sure if these even were palpitations or what they were.. But around my late 20's...  maybe 26 or 28....   I started getting this weird spasm type sensation in my chest.. They felt like a very quick short "pumping" type sensation.. like something was constricting then releasing very quickly..  would last only a second or two then gone..   and would come randomly..  if I was just laying on ...
    IMHO the best way to test for other intolerances it to eliminate the item you think you may be reacting to for a couple weeks and then add it back in daily for a week and see if you react. Some allergists will guide you on an elimination diet for other intolerances but they can be hard to find. If you don't have symptoms then I think you likely don't need to worry about other intolerances.  Other ...
    Ivana, there are many on this forum who are more knowledgeable about serum tests for Celiac than I am so I will let others address that issue. I do know that some of the serum tests are pretty specific for Celiac antibodies while others do not eliminate the possibility of other autoimmune conditions. The science of this has improved since the almost 20 years ago when I was diagnosed.  As has ...

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