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gatewaytobeing

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  1. Oops, forgot to green light the reply notification bar. Guess you have to post again to do that? Got it now.
  2. I'm 48, have had a lifetime of health problems, a long list of diagnoses (including degenerative osteoarthritis, early osteoporosis including a broken hip at age 26, fibromyalgia (if that's real), hashimoto's thyroiditis, thyroid nodules - 1 of them over 1" large and recently biopsied and genetic...
  3. Did you see this post or just the last copy/paste post? I'm asking legitimate questions, not ruling anything out. I'm also looking for SUPPORT, not attitude. Thanks Karen. Interesting. I'm a little confused by the article. It sounds like it is saying that stool testing brought on a high rate...
  4. Please comment on the following: From EnteroLab's website: EnteroLab is registered with the U.S. Government's Department of Health and Human Services department as part of the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA). This agency oversees clinical laboratory standards and quality. We...
  5. Thanks Karen. Interesting. I'm a little confused by the article. It sounds like it is saying that stool testing brought on a high rate of false negatives in celiac children. I'm not seeing where it indicates false positives for anti-gliadin IgA in stool. I'm wondering if the difference is in the...
  6. Hi After posting here May of 2009 the results of my seemingly negative celiac panel test, I've continued to suffer and go downhill with my health. Suspecting gluten despite the blood test results, I did some research on additional testing and found EnteroLab. I ordered the stool test and just...