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    It could be the eggs, would be tough to ask you to drop eggs since it's the only thing you say you feel well eating. It's possible they are the main culprit causing issues with the other foods though. Perhaps you could try light juice for 3 or so days, juices you can tolerate, while you drop the eggs. Then see if you're good with the other foods.
    My family doctor closed his practice temporarily due to health issues since the Coronavirus, so I can't get the test results yet. I had a paper I was given that had those numbers on it but threw it away. I will get those when I go to get re-tested in a couple months. Then I can post the before and after. I dropped dairy for the first month and then re-introduced it, I noticed the inflammation...
    Not sure what the latest figures are but I've read that about 10% of Celiacs react to oat gluten like they do wheat/barely/rye gluten.