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1 hour ago, Kurasz said:

Thanks. I will tell her not do go gluten free yet

We know she needs that official dx. And here's the thing..... if she goes gluten free & then tries to go back to gluten for an endoscopy she's likely to have a MUCH harder time. We tend to react far stronger to gluten after we've been off of it. Many people have thought they could go off it & then go back on it because the wait time for an endoscopy was a while but they just screw themselves up by doing that. Some find they get so very sick that they can not stay on it for even 2 weeks in order to be able to get the endoscopy. So please tell her not to make that mistake. It's better to suffer through eating gluten until an endoscopy than to go gluten-free & then go back to eating gluten. 

I know it sucks but that's the best way to do it.

Gluten free Dec. 2011
Dermatitis Herpetiformis

Reynaud's October 2018

Rheumatoid Arthritis October 2018

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I talked to a lot of relatives today. Turns out i have a few cousins with leaky gut and or celiacs on my dads, dads side and on his moms side almost the entire family has chrones disease. I also have a cousin that has hashimotos disease. One of my cousins died of pancreatic cancer last year and an uncle died of it 25 years ago. Sounds like i have some really bad genetics.

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