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  1. I agree completely. Especially since (from what I've read) Celiac can cause so many other disorders/illnesses. I'm looking forward to my endoscopy on Monday. Honestly, I just want answers. Even if they're awful.
  2. That's exactly how I feel. I never realized which foods were making me feel awful until I was kind of forced to eat them. Before my blood work, I hated pizza, bread and pasta. I would eat it from time to time since my kids and husband love them, but I could never stomach too much without feeling...
  3. Thank you! I just bookmarked it to read later. I have an idea of what to expect because I've browsed so many topics/posts, but I'm still nervous. It's such a huge change and I'm desperate to feel better. I know it's all mental, but eating gluten intentionally every day for the test is difficult...
  4. My doctor, who is a man of few words, said my blood tests came back positive for Celiac. He scheduled an endoscopy and sent me on my way. He didn't really go over my results or explain them to me and I'm curious to know if it's possible if you could test positive with blood work but...