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  1. Every one seems to affirm that silent Celiac people will damage their villi if they continue to eat gluten. Is it really proven scientifically and documented with examples of people having serious complications after opting to eat gluten despite being diagnosticated with Celiac? I do not want play...
  2. My doctor had sent me this after my first endoscopy and biopsy. After this stage, she asked me to go gluten free for two months. After this period my blood test was almost at the right level. I mention to her that maybe my intestine was "red" (mildly she said) because I took many naproxen at that...
  3. Interesting thread. Thank you for sharing. To make a long story short, after two endoscopies (the first one was just a check up), 3 blood tests and two biopsies, I have also been diagnosticated with Celiac. I have absolutely no symptoms after eating or no eating gluten. It is a little frustrating...
  4. Thanks GFinDC. I think it is an excellent start. 40 years ago nothing was done to enhance daily life for disabled people. Some courageous people fought a lot to improve this unfair conditions and nowadays, physically challenged people can take the bus or travel to most of the public places, which...
  5. My Gastroenterologist is quite competent and has excellent reviews on several sites. I am just stating what the blood report said: after two months on a gluten free diet my TTG went from 31 to 6. Since I do not have any symptoms, she wants to make sure that I do have celiac. Before my first test...
  6. I am in the same about situation. After 2 months of gluten free diet my TTG (Anti-Transglutaminase) is now a "6". Before it was 34. My doctor told me that it was a great improvement. Si I will assume the same in your case. My endomysal antibody titer is : 140 now. My doctor told me that it was...
  7. Where is the whining?There is nothing ridiculous to suggest that restaurants propose one gluten free option in their menu. I traveled in India and China and was able to manage with my diet. There are more and more people following a gluten free diet. The way people will notice some financial interest...
  8. After 2 months of gluten free diet my TTG (Anti-Transglutaminase) is now a "6". My endomysal antibody titer is : 140 now. My doctor told me that it was not a problem. She know wants me to be 8 weeks on regular diet with gluten. DShe wants to do another endoscopy and blood test. Not sure exactly...
  9. I recently traveled for the first time after having been diagnosed with Celiac (although I have absolutely no symptoms) and found it quite difficult to find gluten free sandwiches. I think it should be mandatory for restaurants to have at least one gluten free option in their menu. I am fed up to...