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    That is great news! So glad you can have a more normal life without all that pain.
    Welcome to the forum, Lura! There are more than one gluten-related medical conditions. And on top of t hat, the terminology can be confusing. "Sensitivity" can be a catch-all term. There is Celiac Disease. There is gluten intolerance. And, there is gluten allergy. Before you go on a gluten free diet, you would need to get tested for Celiac Disease. There are blood tests for the antibodies...
    Are you saying that you were diagnosed with celiac disease but your doctor did not tell you to go gluten-free afterwards? That would amount to malpractice. There is no excuse, yet after 25 years of running this site we still hear stories like this...sad!