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You might want to get tested before going gluten-free any longer.  Celiac tests will become negative after a time on the gluten-free diet, including for all celiacs.  If you choose to test in future, after being gluten-free for some time, you will need to resume eating gluten for two to three months, and not all celiacs are willing to feel badly, for so long, just to get a diagnosis.  Get tested if you can.


As for that left side pain, your large intestine runs down the left just before it... exits the body.  Constipation or a change in bowel habits could be causing that discomfort, and that could result from a change in diet.  If you are staying gluten-free, you'll need to give your body more time to adjust.  It can take a celiac months or years before they truly start feeling better.


Best wishes in whatever you decide to do.  :)


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