I don't have confirmation from a Dr. but I went gluten free in mid January. I'm tired of going back to the doctors and being told we don't know what's wrong with you your test are fine. Most all of my symptoms began aggressively 4 years ago after I had my daughter. My mother had severe IBS issues her whole life along with a list of other symptoms that were never diagnosed. I have a coworker who went gluten free and I saw the improvement in her so thought I would give it try. I believe I have other intolerances as well and will be checked for those next week. My most bothersome symptoms are shoulder/neck pain and tightness, IBS symptoms, anxiety/depression, vitamin d deficiency and anemia. When I asked my doctor about gluten intolerance she brushed it off and told me to cut down on my gluten intake. So frustrated! Anyway week 3 of gluten-free I found myself to be more energtic and having a clearer mind, but then I went right back to where I was. I'm trying to be very strict with my diet but it is a learning process. I'm hoping this new doctor will help me with other food intolerances. I'm only 34 but some days I feel so much older in regards to pain and fatigue. I'm hoping I'm on the right track here and will get my life back. Thanks for all the inspiration you give on this site.