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    I used to have troubles with nausea but it finally went away when I got my celiac antibodies down to a normal level.
    Yes. They did. It showed in my blood again. Because the nausea couldn’t stop without eating any kind food. I contact my Dr. Because it got worse with pain. One Dr was on call my God she was so tough with me” She told me. The only answer I got for you “ Is Celiac and you must have cancer” I was choked I was telling her please don’t tell me celiac disease because I get sick when I follow the diet....
    Be sure to keep eating gluten until the tests are done. Also, did you get another blood test for celiac disease? This should have been done before your biopsy.