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  1. I'm so sorry to hear that you haven't been able to get a resolution with your diagnosis. I'm sure that being treated for Hashimoto's will turn your situation around quickly, though, and may clear the air to help diagnose anything else that may be complicating things for you. I am actually not seeing a GI right now at all - I was diagnosed by my family doctor. My main concern is in my post diagnosis treatment, which so far has been nothing (pretty disappointed in my doctor's reponse). I was given two sheets of paper describing my new "diet" and a list of like 20 foods not to eat. After the research that I've done on my own (and with the help of reading this forum!), I'm realizing that this is a much bigger endeavor, and I'm concerned that I may not be doing the right things for my future health. I think I need some type of professional advice and help, but I'm just not sure what I should expect from a family doctor vs. a GI vs. a nutritionist. Good luck to you Kara - I hope you find some relief soon!
  2. I am looking for a new family doctor in Columbus, Ohio that is aware of Celiac, related issues, and/or maintenance types of tests that should be done after diagnosis. I am also wondering if I should be seeing a GI or nutritionist, or if a good family doctor should be able to answer my questions (being a newly diagnosed Celiac). Any thoughts or good doctors in Columbus would be appreciated!
  3. Thank you so much to everyone that has responded. This forum is great, I'm finding it very helpful!
  4. I've been trying to be gluten-free for about a week now, and I'm convinced I must have eaten some gluten somehow on Saturday night from the symptoms I had the next day. If this happens, is there anything you should do? Should you drink more water? Take some kind of medicine to help with symptoms, or does medicine just make it worse? Any info would be appreciated, thanks!
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