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Traveling with Celiac Disease

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  3. Disneyland Paris

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  8. Vacation Plans - Aruba

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  11. Gluten Free In Cancun

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  13. New Gluten Free Travel Website

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  14. Carnival Cruise Staff Outstanding!

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  15. Food Ideas For Moving

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  16. Traveling To Bangor/portland Maine

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  17. Gluten Free Hawaii?

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  18. Gluten Free In Prague

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  19. Travel On A Cruise

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    I'm not sure that going back on gluten for only a month would be long enough to give valid test results. Seems like people on the forum are advocating about 3 months.
    I decided to go back to a normal, gluten containing diet so tests would be accurate. I was back eating gluten every day for a month before I got tested (today, actually), and my transglutaminase IgA was <0.5 and deaminated gliadin IgA was 0.2. I was also tested for calcium and TSH, both of which were normal. So, I guess it's back to the drawing board... The only thing that bothers me is, as soon...
    That is great news! So glad you can have a more normal life without all that pain.