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Got The Gluten Test Done

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Hello Everyone,

I am new here just joined today! My doctor gave me a gluten test and last Wednesday I was told my blood mark is 202. He is sending me to a gastrologist to further test me for Celiac disease. 

I have been getting pains in my stomach, and where my liver is as well in my back at times. Every time I eat gluten or dairy I get gas and pains in the stomach... 

Does this sound like a good chance that I have celiac disease... I am totally okay with changing my diet. What is frustrating is getting told that I have to continue to eat gluten. 

Thank you

Donna Gain

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Yeah you have to eat it til they are done with all the testing, backward part of this disease is the dia.

There are 100s of symptoms with this disease, you probably have a few you have considered "Normal" for years, and after a year or so you will like a new you.

Go ahead and read over the newbie 101 thread for now and prehaps start cleaning out the cabinets, tossing the CCed condiment jars, scratched pans, and getting some new ones.
https://www.celiac.com/forums/topic/91878-newbie-info-101/

A whole foods diet starting off is best, avoiding dairy, oats, for awhile, but I do have a list of gluten free products I update a few times a year with a new one.
https://www.celiac.com/forums/topic/121802-gluten-free-food-alternative-list-2018-q3/

 

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14 hours ago, donnagain said:

Hello Everyone,

I am new here just joined today! My doctor gave me a gluten test and last Wednesday I was told my blood mark is 202. He is sending me to a gastrologist to further test me for Celiac disease. 

I have been getting pains in my stomach, and where my liver is as well in my back at times. Every time I eat gluten or dairy I get gas and pains in the stomach... 

Does this sound like a good chance that I have celiac disease... I am totally okay with changing my diet. What is frustrating is getting told that I have to continue to eat gluten. 

Thank you

Donna Gain

Sounds like a very high blood test.  You need to keep eating gluten until you finish all testing.  So eat your favorite gluten foods.

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Thank you, Ennis and Kareng for the amazing tips! I will head over and start reading the newbie 101. 

So glad I found this forum with these amazing insights, so I can grow my new knowledge. 

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