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Fatty Liver improving after going gluten-free

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Hi all. I stop in from time to time to read about all of your ongoings, and occasionally to post.  I was not diagnosed with celiac disease, but stopped eating gluten the day of my (north and south) scopes, where inflammation was observed from end to end.  I only in December 2015 got the results of blood work taken in April 2015.  If there is nothing to report, they don't call you, right?  Anyhow, it was just 13 months after losing the gluten that the test was run, and my liver enzymes are near normal.  All by 1 is normal, and the one that is elevated is only now slightly elevated, near normal range.  These enzymes have been high for 20 years.  I'm only now reading up on gluon and fatty liver.  

So that it all. Nothing more to report.  Basically my digestion and bowels are functioning better.  My belly still has some bloating, but maybe I can cash that up to menopause, because it became a feature of my figure post menopause.

Thanks for being here when I needed you, and thanks all and anyone for "listening."

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"If there is nothing to report, they don't call you, right?"  I didn't know if you were joking with this but please follow-up.  I had tested positive for MRSA once and they never called me.  Yikes!  I'm glad to hear you are feeling better! ~ Jim

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