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Laura R.

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  1. Yes, I have been frustrated as well. It has been difficult with navigating these issues. I began eating gluten again after the endoscopy results were that I did not, in fact, have Celiac's. I had not been eating gluten at all prior to that and a friend who is a doctor recently made me aware that...
  2. Thanks for your response. They actually did the panels that you mentioned and they were all negative. So, they said that I have the gene but not the disease. I feel frustrated myself as they didn't handle this properly from the onset. I should have clarified in my original post. I was confused about...
  3. I'm waiting on a call back from my gastroenterologist to discuss results. About 7 years ago, I was told I had Celiac's based on symptoms and followed a gluten free diet. At some point, my gastro decided to do an endoscopy and I got negative results (I was not told to eat gluten before this test which...