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  1. Thanks to both of you. Ok, so I was feeling not great and went grain free for 5 weeks. Then slowly started to introduce...
  2. I've posted a few different topics, so I thought I would just update in one post. I am seeing my GP later today, but...
  3. Interesting- thank you for sharing. I saw my ND yesterday and she also suggested that after having been completely cleaned...
  4. Thanks for your reply. I'm currently grain free, although I ended up making kitchary because I needed something of substance...
  5. Thanks for the reply. That's good to know.
  6. Would like to add to this- while eating gluten I would get a random hive here or there. Since giving up gluten a few...
  7. Wow! 4 weeks, is that normal? I'm pretty sure the Dr. told me one to two weeks. I was just saying to my husband, however...
  8. As of Saturday I have given up gluten again. I had undergone a gluten challenge for my endoscopy. I didn't feel that...
  9. Thanks. I'll post an update once I know what's going on.
  10. Thanks for your reply. My blood results were indeterminate (24, positive is 25).I had been gluten free for 5 weeks...
  11. So I went for my endoscopy and colonoscopy today. I was very nervous and didn't ask many questions. I was put under and...
  12. Thanks. I wasn't even suspecting celiac, but spent 5 weeks grain free as my naturopath was helping me with some issues...
  13. Thanks very much. For some reason I thought I would have some sort of answers! Any clue how long it usually takes to...
  14. Thanks for this info. I'm going for my endoscopy Friday, and if it's positive, I'm going to be having all three of my...
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