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zigybean

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  1. Well, I visited this estblishment over the Holidays. The food was good, I had the fish and chips of course. My brother had the Nachos and enjoyed those. The beer is a mixed bag, coming from someone who drank a lot of craft beer. The grapefruit IPA and the Double IPA were both very good. I wouldn...
  2. I have not been back to see my GI yet from my endoscopy, so I don't know anything about the severity of the damage yet. With the date of the scoping and the Christmas and New Years holidays coming up, the first appointment I could get was Jan 3rd. All I know is that the results of the biopsy caused...
  3. I know I am Celiac. My test numbers and biopsy confirm it, but can I get some insights on what these test numbers really mean? I am too new to know much yet. Are really bad test results to these tests an indication of having the disease undetected longer? With worse numbers, does it take...
  4. I was diagnosed on the 11th, so there goes the first week of forever. I am very emotionally raw, but I found something that brightened my day yesterday. There is a new gluten-free brew pub that opened Dec. 7th in Tulsa Oklahoma. It is called New Era Fine Fermentations. The brew master is...
  5. Do they do any further and/or monitoring blood testing to track your antibody levels to help you understand when you are getting it right? I have just recently gotten my diagnosis, but not been back to see the GI guy yet. And emotionally I am as raw as can be. This whole thing still...
  6. Thanks for the replies. When he first mentioned it as a possibility, it was like an A-HA moment. Is it possible I have had this undetected for years? It would explain so much. @GFinDC Unfortunately this is not my first rodeo with AI conditions. I have been type1 diabetic since the tender...
  7. Thanks if you read it, but I have my answer. The bllod test was positive. I guess I can stop being in denial. I really feel the urge to say bad words.
  8. So on a recent colonoscopy, they also scoped the upper GI track. The Dr. did a biopsy of my duodenum and the results came back "consistent with the results" of a diagnosis of Celiac disease. Now he is wanting me to take a blood test. I am a bit confused. If, from what I have read, the biopsy...