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    All great advice.  I would call your doctor, because you are approach8 g six months.  You should get those antibodies tests again to see if they are on a downward tread.  If still very high or higher, you could be getting gluten into your diet.     Do not eat oats, avoid processed foods as much as you can, or do not go out to eat until you see improvement.  
    Welcome to the forum!     It is true.  All those things you listed (miscarriage, kids not thriving at birth, mental illness, obesity, osteoporosis,  infertility) have been linked to untreated celiac disease.    Researchers  have identified the very genes that could turn into celiac disease.  What triggers celiac disease initially is unknown.  Some suspect a virus, or bacteria, others thin...
    You are correct and I stand corrected! 10 ppm