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 I was diagnisoed with biopsies and then had bloods taken. Iron stores low which i expected and liver enzymes very slightly raised. My doctor says this is to be expected with celiacs and i start gluten free today but the liver one worries me anyone else had this i suffer from health anxiety and dont wont to google although my doctor said three times it was nothing to worry about

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Your doctor is correct. Many folks prediagnosis have wonky liver panels. My doctors always accused me of being an alcholic even though I rarely drank. It wasn't long after I was diagnosed that those liver panels went back to normal. Yours likely will also.

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4 minutes ago, ravenwoodglass said:

Your doctor is correct. Many folks prediagnosis have wonky liver panels. My doctors always accused me of being an alcholic even though I rarely drank. It wasn't long after I was diagnosed that those liver panels went back to normal. Yours likely will also.

 

4 minutes ago, ravenwoodglass said:

Your doctor is correct. Many folks prediagnosis have wonky liver panels. My doctors always accused me of being an alcholic even though I rarely drank. It wasn't long after I was diagnosed that those liver panels went back to normal. Yours likely will also.

I never asked but is it ok to have a glass or red wine at the weekend or should i avoid it

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1 minute ago, DaveCH said:

 

I never asked but is it ok to have a glass or red wine at the weekend or should i avoid it

It would be best, IMHO, to wait until those liver panels are back to normal and your gut has healed.  Also be sure to read the Newbie 101 thread at the top if the Coping section, if you haven't already, to learn how to keep yourself as safe as possible. Unfortunately there is more to being gluten free for us Celiac folks than just what we eat. 

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