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1st. The biopsies showed no signs of malignancy. Thats just awesome.

Also, I tested negative for celiac. Half of me is happy because that means I can keep my current lifestyle, and half of me is sad because now I most likely have to go in for the dreaded colonoscopy. I think I now have more questions than answers.

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Gee Ashley, that's good no cancer but more questions...well so about that but hope you get some answers soon with colonosopy and you'll feel healthy soon.

No answers are so common with most of us, esp your Mom.

Hugs to you both.

judy :)


Judy in Southern CA

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1st. The biopsies showed no signs of malignancy. Thats just awesome.

Also, I tested negative for celiac. Half of me is happy because that means I can keep my current lifestyle, and half of me is sad because now I most likely have to go in for the dreaded colonoscopy. I think I now have more questions than answers.

Congratulations! Psst...the colonoscopy isn't so horrible...just the prep, lol. :P

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That is great news Ashley. Sorry you are having a colonoscopy. I am going to have another one before the end of the year. The prep for it is the worse, but the procedure is not much at all. Let us again know what you find out. Hugs.


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