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Hello, I'm not very good at typing. Sorry, I would love if someone can let me know what they think about my case. I'm 35 and have been sick almost all my life. I lost all my teeth, I have had 3 iron infusions and it isn't fun. I lose my entire volume of iron. I have yeast infections every other month. Constant diarrhea for years. I had blood test done that showed slight postive. Had biopsy that was negative. I was told by GI Dr. i am not celiac. I strongly disagree with my own research. I have been very confused and frustrated. I'm in the process of testing with Enterolab. Has anyone ever had anything like this.Thanks

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Thank you so very much for replying. That is my plan as well as the testing from enterolab.I appricate you help.

Thanks Vicki

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Well biopsies can miss damage if they don't go to the right place or if there is not that much to detect. If there was a slight elevation in the blood test something has to be going on. If you really believe that you have celiac then you could try going gluten-free as richard suggested. Your body will know better then any doctor could tell you. Also you might want to consider getting a doctor in your area who is well versed in celiac disease. So many doctors don't have the knowledge about celiac disease. Hope you get feeling better :D

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Guest mudders4

Hi, I just wanted to thank you for your reply. I am so thankful to have found you all. I am going to do the one test at enterolab. But I will not wait for a dr. to tell me I have it. I am going to start the diet and I'm a bit nrevous. I will probably have more questions we I start. Thank you again you have all been helpful.

Thank you

Vicki

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