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Possible to have celiac even though tested negative?

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I got tested for celiac a few years ago. I was on a gluten-free diet at the time (didn't know I wasn't supposed to be) and the lab results came back negative. My doctor mentioned my levels were close to the celiac cutoff line, so I may be gluten intolerant. I have many of the symptoms, and feel significantly healthier and better, my symptoms go away when I stick to a gluten-free diet. 

I've recently fallen off the bandwagon but want to start again. Should I stick to a gluten-free diet? Or wait until lockdown lifts and get re-tested for celiac? Is that even necessary? Or should I just cut out gluten entirely? Sorry for the wall of text, would appreciate any insight 

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