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Hi I have been gluten free for 3 years and done so much better . I  was not tested for celiac because I had already been gluten free . I am also dairy free and have issues with nuts and citric acid foods. I chose to stay gluten free rather than go back for all the testing . so now I have a bit of a roller coaster of symptoms  I will do great for a while but have found I'm low on iron alot. I also have fatige and have lost so much muscle  I loose weight easily so exercise tends to take it down more I go back n forth between constipation to loose . I usually find I've gotten dairy some where but sometimes it's gluten  but most timmes i cant figure it out .so both of my parents have crones my dad had a wheat allergies as a child but that's all I've been able to find . so can I have both? I just feel like I'm constantly playing this game with my stomach to keep it moving  . probiotics , fruit, fiber and only drink water yet it will get stuck any way . any advise ?

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