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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Hi so I thought I had celiac after reading up on it and learning about all the symptoms, many of which I had. I tried a gluten free diet for 3 weeks, and did seem to be feeling a bit better, but not as huge a difference as I was expecting. Last night I ate a big plate of spaghetti to see how I would react after being gluten free for 3 weeks. I feel no different than I did while eating gluten free, which I suspect I probably would have had a bad reaction if I had celiac or a strong gluten sensitivity. Does this mean that I probably have something else going on, and not a gluten sensitivity? Thanks!