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Thank you for your input. I asked my doctor for a referral for the endoscopy and he also ordered genetic testing to be done. Hopefully this can speed up the diagnostic process and I can finally get some answers.
I have heard that for the endoscopy to show positive results most people only need to be eating gluten for about 2 weeks prior. Is this true and do you think it is a good option if the blood work comes back negative?
A little background: I am 23 and have been having GI issues for about 7 years including; bloating, gas, cramping, constipation, diarrhea, and frequent canker sores, I also have chronic fatigue even after sleeping well. I always thought that people with celiac disease had much worse symptoms and figured...