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  1. After 8 months I'm still trying to figure out my son's digestive issues. - All celiac, stool, blood, alergy tests negative - Mushy poops started 100% of time in December - Finally got a few breaks with "perfect poops" - 2 weeks May...
  2. My 20 month old son had all of his celiac tests come back negative (very low #s). However, I find he does better without wheat. We don't get normal poops all the time, but we do see more of them. When we have wheat it is clearly worse...
  3. We're in the same boat. Just got back all the celiac and allergy test and they were negative. Still gluten free, as it seems to make my son a much more wonderful person. Had one week of nice solid poops, now we're back to the same old...
  4. Tatum, Not sure where you live, but I found a contact at my local Children's hospital and called and called and called and called and called... and got in to see the pediatric GI specialist in 3 days instead of 6 weeks. There are doctors...
  5. My 18 month old son is suspected to have Celiac and every time I come to this site, or go to the internet I end up in tears. Every story is about how kids are having a hard time, or schools are being difficult, or doctors are not helping...
  6. If you haven't had your daughter tested for celiac, don't start the gluten free diet. Our doctor told us to try gluten free, and it had only mixed results. Now we're faced with going back on gluten for at least a few weeks before we can...
  7. Thanks for your replies. Sounds like (as with all things celiac) it depends on the kid. My son was perfectly healthy until I stopped breastfeeding at 6 months - sick as a dog from 6 - 10, and hasn't had any fevers or respiratory illnesses...
  8. Hi, To keep myself sane and occupied I'm trying to document the signs of my son's celiac, pre-diagnosis. My hope is to help educate the pediatricians who missed every single sign, and to help parents know what to look for, and when...
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    Questions About Enterolab

    Doesn't it make you suspicious that your wife had positive results? (though I don't know exactly what those results mean) You and she are not blood related - and if these types of issues affect ~1% of the population this says to me the...
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    Questions About Enterolab

    Thanks for the clarification
  11. Can anyone tell me if they know anyone who's gotten (correctly) negative celiac results from Enterolab? I've read some posts that people think it is a scam, that testing gives too many false positives - and that it is generally confirming...
  12. Thanks for your replies. It is hard to tell if he has any other symptoms. He's getting his eye teeth in right now, which are supposed to be really painful - so he has been very grouchy when he has been both on an off gluten. The only...
  13. My 18 month old son was off gluten for almost a month and we saw little if any improvement. We'd sequentially removed gluten, then dairy, then most fruit and were still getting daily diarrhea with only 2 solid poops over 4 weeks. My son...
  14. My son was off gluten for almost a month and we saw little if any improvement. We'd removed gluten, egg, dairy, fruit and were still getting daily diarrhea with only 2 solid poops over 4 weeks. My son is also teething (8 teeth since mid...
  15. Thanks for all the advice. We're going to stick to the diet for another week or so, if we don't get any normal looking poops - we'll go back to gluten for a week and get the allergy and celiac blood tests to start.
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