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jmcbride4291

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I read it takes two to three weeks for symtoms to leave. How long roughly should I see improvement after going gluten free? I have been free for 5 days. I am also wondering if anyone has experienced a throb in intestine, and or a constant gurgle. Is this due to damage done by Celiac dsease?. Actually I would be relieved to find out if it is Celiac disease. I have been suffering for the last 3 months. I received an intestine relaxing pill and while gluten free, I got some strength back. Before this I have had several knee surgeries that several orthopedists could not explain why or what was causung this and dental problems. It all makes sense if I have Celiac and did not know it till now. Before going gluten free I felt like I was slipping away. Unfortantly before the biopsy I went gluten free for 6 days, and only ate gluten 4 times. I just couldn't force myself because of how lousy I felt. I heard that it is possible if you go gluten free for a short period that this could throw off test. I was hoping since already damaged that it would not repair enough to affect test, but now not so sure. As far as my shin it feels like it is chapped every where and even if I drink only some fluid gets through. It is very uncomfortable bordering on painful. Another thing I heard is that Blood tests are not the most reliable with Celiac disease. That the science is still being updated as to the diagnosis for this. That a person could have it and at times even a biopsy could be wrong. Is this true? Could anyone let me know the anwsers to my inquiry's. Thank you so much!

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