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  1. Graves' article is outdated. This is based on an older version of Cyrex Array #4. Dr. Aristo Vojdani has updated Cyrex Array #4 since then. I highly recommend getting Cyrex Array #4 if you are still sick after going gluten free. The newer test spells out which foods are commonly found in patients...
  2. She may have more than just antibodies to gluten. When I got off of gluten I found I was just as sick to other grains and reacted in the same way that I did to gluten. Cyrex Array #4 helped me figure out which other common ones were making me sick. Hopes that helps her.
  3. Sounds like you have a lot of food sensitivities causing celiac-type changes to your guts making it hard for you to absorb nutrients. Have you tried taking glucosamine and chondroitin for joint support? A good calcium and magnesium supplement might help support your muscle twitches if it is a nutrient...
  4. Better to have an M.D. do a genetics test because 23 and Me only shows the most common combo of 2 genes and might miss it. My gastro tested for HLA DQ 2.5, 2.2 and 8. If you have a rare combo of genes 23 and Me won't show it. Also your insurance should cover it if you go through your doctor and you...
  5. I have the same problem. MRI showed nothing. I know I had Transglutaminase 6 antibodies on a test by Cyrex Labs and Vitamin D was low. Did they refer you to a neurologist? Keep track of your symptoms because 10% of celiacs do get MS. Have your MD test your Vitamin D levels because if you need to...