Enterolab Results In! in Celiac Disease Pre-Diagnosis, Testing & Symptoms Posted November 30, 2008 · Report to Admin Scully, I agree with Rachel. If your biopsy came back negative, your blood work almost certainly would come back negative. Even if it came back positive, does it change your decisions? Which leads me to a bigger issue which is touched upon here...we only have a small view of the big picture of celiac disease. There may be more genes involved that have yet to be discovered. Enterolab may finally prove to be cutting edge and the leader in antibody testing with other labs following suit. There is still much to be learned. Trust your gut...literally. If you feel better, go with the diet. Who cares whether your doctor believes you or not. It doesn't matter whether you have "the genes" or not. It doesn't matter whether you are "sensitive" or "celiac". The result of the diet is that you feel better. You, yourself, know what is best for you. Trust your gut. I've found that I've had to blaze a trail with this disease. My family, friends, doctors have not known a thing and I've had to do the teaching...I've spent days researching and I can't say my doctor has done the same. Sometimes the patient knows more. Sometimes trusting experience is wiser than trusting knowledge, especially when that knowledge is contained in a very narrow box. Blessings to you! Rolling Along - Tx! for the link to glutensensitivity.net. What a great site, and I love the "7 viewpoints" chart they have...it gives such a clear understanding of where the medical community stands on celiac issues.