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  1. I've cut out gluten for the last few months. A couple of times I reintroduced it as a test, and since there was definitely noticeable digestive reactions (diarrhea, cramps, bloating, etc.) I want to get actually tested for celiac disease. I just got an appointment to go into my student health clinic in two weeks - since I haven't been eating gluten, is that too soon? The test itself may not happen that day, so I could postpone it. If I eat wheat-y, gluten-tastic food between now and then, will that be enough for my body to be producing "high levels of antibodies" or whatever it is that the test detects? Should I only eat a little bit of gluten in that time? Should I eat more?
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