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  1. My question: is it possible for someone with celiac disease to have a totally normal biopsy after not eating gluten for years? For those who are interested here is my story: a specialist in immunology diagnosed me with celiac disease in 2013 (I was 24 yr old) after I took a blood test and had...
  2. I'm wondering if anyone has had trouble with "parabiotics" ? (I think that is what they are called - an herbal supplement meant to kill the bad bacteria in your gut). I took this one by biogenesis as my doctor prescribed me, and it made me very very sick, as if I ate gluten. I called the company...
  3. After I was dignosed and went gluten free I didn't get better and have been trying different things for the past 2 years. I went on this diet in September and have been doing the best since, here are literally the only things I eat: Protein: any meat except fish or shellfish Carbs...
  4. Has anyone heard of this new drug they are testing to treat gluten symptoms/make us less sensitive to cross contamination? How skeptical should I be? anyone have any idea of how soon it would be available? http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/innovate-biopharmaceuticals-completes-license...
  5. You should get the blood test any way, you don't need to take gluten for it and just to see what it says (antibodies can take a long time to return to normal for a lot of people) I'm sorry about your parents, I have experience with this too. I had celiac disease very very bad when I was diagnosed...
  6. When I get glutened I usually have stomach cramps, bloating, and constipationfor a few days prior to becoming sick, and then I come down with flu-like symptoms, fatigue, fevers, etc as well as diarrhea, or not always complete diarrhea but I go to the bathroom a lot more than usual and the bloating...