Yet Another Doctor's Opinion in Celiac Disease Pre-Diagnosis, Testing & Symptoms Posted December 29, 2011 · Report to Admin This brought tears to my eyes. She's seen it for herself and is on the path to healing. I'm feeling very proud of her for you, though I'm sure you need no help on that front! My son also had an epiphany and there is no turning back. A year later he still has some emotional issues with being gluten-free and needs some support. But he knows in his heart that he never wants to go back to feeling so bad, and this is the way to feel good. That is priceless. My heart hurts (and is full of guilt) for all the suffering our kids have been through - but also is joyful for all the years of their life they have ahead of them! I'm so thankful to all the people who came before them and fought for their diagnoses and shared their experiences so that the information was out there for us to find! We are truly lucky to have our answers while our children are still young. It sounds like you have been an amazing detective and advocate for your daughter and I hope you know what an awesome mom you are for that! (ps - have you considered getting tested prior to going gluten free yourself?) Thank you for the nice comments and it sounds like you are on the right road too. We can't feel guilty for what we didn't know about. Yes, I am considering asking my doc for the Celiac panel now that we are both eating gluten again but I don't know if I care. I am really supporting her but maybe I should consider it.