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  1. Thanks, everyone for responding to my concerns, I guess the best thing to do is to continue to have gluten and go on gluten-free diet after I have my tests done. It seems so long but maybe then It will give me some answers if not then Maybe the gluten-free diet is something I want to be on to improve my overall health. It's just feels good to share this, people who do not have problems like this don't understand what you are feeling and going through. Thanks again!!!! cheri
  2. HI, I recently had my family physician run a celiac panel on me to see if I had celiac. It came back a weak positive result 20-30 gliadin ab (igg) 21 (<20), gliadin ab (Iga) 10 (<20). I have been doing alot a reseach the past week and still confused on what these results mean. Especially since my symptoms do not include weight loss. Mine are recurring abdominal bloating, pain, diarrhea, constipation, bone pain, fatigue, fatigue, mood swings, irritabilable, ringing in my ears. I was diagnosed with IBS about 7 years ago. Recently read and article that promted me to have the blood test done. No weightloss and more of a weightgain, I exercise daily and still feel tired alot. Dr. referred me back to my GI to have a biopsy but can't get in till June 1st. Till then I feel like I'm in limbo. I read about this Enterolab and was wounder how to get in touch with them or web site would be great. Thanks!!