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RCorbin

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I wish I'd read this forum before spending $150 out of pocket for a Food Allergy blood panel (QuesTest). The results were negative for wheat, the scratch test I took 3 years ago was negative for wheat. I'm one of 38 million working Americans without health insurance so I can't afford more doctors visits right now.

Well, I guess that's just a comment I wanted to make, no question. I know I'm not imagining my reaction to wheat/gluten, I can't afford to play doctor-merry-go-round. I'm certainly not willing to go off my gluten-free diet for a while in the hopes of developing measurable symptoms. So that's where I live now; gluten sensitive by life experience rather than lab measurements.

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I never even knew there were any tests available for celiac or gluten sensitivity until after I gave the crap up. The change in my health and life in general was so dramatic that there was no question as to what the problem was.

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