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    That is great news. Congrats!  
    It was 8 months between when I first saw my gi/ immunology team (office visit ) and my gluten challenge/scopes months later. Waitlist for my scopes. Between the 2 appointments above I visited a rheumatologist upon my celiac cousin's suggestion. She and others here on the forum explain those with celiac ardmore at risk of other autoimmune conditions. Good luck.
    In addition to advice given above about ensuring proper vitamin and minerals. I personally have to watch the B's,  vitamin D, and magnesium. Also that I stay hydrated and electrolyte balanced. Over the years I have experienced beyond gi issues symptoms of ataxia, autonomic nervous system issues, peripheral neuropathy, and orthostasis issues. I see a chiropractor/accupuncturist to help me manage ...