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  1. H Hi Karen, I'm new to the Forum and I didn't see any dates on the posting. Greg
  2. HI Rickops, Many of your daughter's symptoms mirrored my 22 yr old daughters. We too are baffled having similarly gone all over the world looking for an answer. The only blood tests that were abnormal were here celiac antibodies. She had no GI symptoms. I agree with Mamabear. You should look at www.pubmed.gov for motor neuron celiac disease articles. You will find a few articles. Honestly, there are not a lot reported cases of resolution of the problem by going gluten free but the following link will show you 2 successful cases. My daughter has been trying to reduce her gluten intake for about 6 months. It is very hard for her since her previous diet was gluten saturated. Her celiac antibodies are significantly lower but she is still not gluten-free. I beleive that I read that n order to be truly gluten-free means no more than 10 milligrams of gluten/day http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17226827 I have been searching and praying for 2 years now. GregM