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  1. That's very scary, FF. So what you are saying is that it then becomes a pre-existing condition and won't be covered if I change insurers? Perhaps better to not get the biopsy and just go gluten free?
  2. Thank you all for your great suggestions. Right now I'm taking vitamins, sleeping a lot, and I have found that white wine calms my stomach cramps completely. Of course, I can't use that remedy at work!
  3. My antibody tests came back positive for celiac, but my gastroenterologist is taking his sweet time in making an appointment for me. I'm not scheduled for a consult until January, and then I'm guessing it will be another month or so until the biopsy. I know I can't go gluten free yet or the biopsy will come back false negative. In the meantime, is there anything I can take or do to help relieve the constant cramping and fatigue? So far, lots of coffee. My work is really suffering, I can't concentrate, and I'm in constant pain.
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