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  1. Ah, I see. Thank you! I'll keep on gluten until the appointment, just in case as you said.
  2. Hello again, you may have seen my previous thread! I appreciate everyone who gave the kind words! I had my biopsy done today (wasn't the best experience, but wasn't that bad either). The Doctor came in before the operation and asked me some questions. She told me that I wasn't 100% diagnosed and...
  3. Wow! I suppose that is a possibility, no wonder so many people have suffered so long without a diagnostic! It seems I'll be getting my biopsy on Friday due to someone cancelling. I'm quite nervous now, everything hasn't really sunk in too deep yet! I feel a lot better due to everyone's kind words...
  4. I'm sorry to hear about your experience, I hope your daughter and I recover to be very healthy! My current doctor was not the one who issued the testing, that was my old one who recently retired. It seems my new one isn't as experienced, or that she didn't have enough time to tell me all of the details...
  5. Thank you very much! I hope my case was just caught in the earlier stages (if there is any) and I'll hopefully be tolerant with those other foods you mentioned. Keeping a food journal sounds like a great idea! I'll keep it in mind.
  6. Thank you for all of the tips, I really appreciate it! I've read that even non-glutenous grains (even ones who haven't been cross-contaminated) can be harmful to someone with Celiac's Disease. Is that true? Or is it just a case by case bases?
  7. That's amazing that you started a gluten-free bakery! I have one by my house and walk my dog by it everyday. I know the disease is serious, and would get off gluten now if I could! I've never had much of a sweet tooth, but most of my diet has been gluten centered. That will be a big and tough change...
  8. Yeah she did! She also made it out to be that it wasn't as bad as IBS. She said my symptoms would go away if I stopped having gluten, but with IBS I'd have it for life. She really did not convey it very well, I miss my old doctor already.
  9. Thank you for replying! I'm sorry you didn't get diagnosed until later on, going through all of that must have been terrible. I'm lucky that it's getting caught so early for me, at least I think it is. I haven't had health issues in these past years, never even getting sick. The only other...
  10. Hello Everyone! I had a blood test back in December and had an ultrasound on January 2nd. This was all due to some weight loss after having gallbladder surgery in 2016. I just chalked it up to not wanting to eating fatty foods afterwards and having smaller portions. I wasn't too concerned...