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    Dearest Bouchra, I think your doctor is a bit shallow : it's not right to say such cruel things without evidence I'm sorry for what you have been through, that was truly tough ! Hope you can sort all things out Me neither, I am not at all embarrassed to say that I suffer from depression because I think that's a disease, just like the others (even though it doesn't involve the body...
    Yes I misunderstood when you mentioned blood test assuming she had had recent blood work done that still showed high antibody counts, follow up test do need to be done to check if they are going down which seems they have from a follow up comment. The mentioning of the new food intolerance/sensitivity/allergy issues trent mentioned are really common some of the intolerance and sensitivity issues...
    Do you know more precisely what antibodies were checked for in those three blood tests you mentioned? Have you looked into SIBO? https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/small-intestinal-bacterial-overgrowth/symptoms-causes/syc-20370168 Celiac Disease produces dysfunction in the immune system as a result of "leaky gut" syndrome from damage to the small bowel lining. Thus, celiacs t...