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  1. You sound a lot like me! I no longer have cravings after going gluten and dairy free. My stools are not as hard or large, I don’t eat as much either. Don’t feel bad. Im currently I’m the middle of being diagnosed so I’m not sure if I am...
  2. So I’ve recently had a problem with gluten and dairy. The blood test came back negative for celiac, so I am planning for an endoscopy in a few months when my college semester ends. Unfortunately due to my own ignorance and lack of knowledge o...
  3. So I do not have a diagnosis yet. My blood test for celiac came back negative, I have all the symptoms of gluten sensitivity but it doesn’t allear to be as strong as someone with celiac. ( I can afford to eat a piece of glutened food, b...
  4. I’m new to all this Celiac and gluten free stuff so I apologize if I come off as ignorant. I’ve been to two Gastroenterologists are both have told me that my Gluten issues where not Celiac, I do get stomache cramps when I eat gluten, an...
  5. So I was wondering, is anal bleeding something that happens with celiac disease? From what I’ve read, celiac disease doesn’t directly cause it, but if your gut is inflamed it can happen. I’m currently waiting to get my colonoscopy. (Sch...
  6. So after an array of awful symptoms like abdominal pain, alternating constipation and diarrhea, and loss of appetite, something left really wrong but I didn’t get the push to go to the doctor until I had a little blood tinged mucus after w...
  7. So before I went gluten free, I would get a a ting of blood with mucus on the toilet paper when I wiped. I wouldn’t call it bleeding, it was just noticeable. I would get that roughly every couple of months, so very rarely but enough to n...
  8. My doctor said that since I’m so young unless I have pain and more blood, I don’t need an endoscopy (I’m 22). I’m wondering what to do about the blood test though, I’ve heard you need to have gluten in your system in order to get results b...
  9. So I’ve been suspecting I’m either celiac or gluten intolerant. My doctor wants to wait to see how my new diet is going. My stomach doesn’t have pain anymore, and so far I haven’t had any tinges or red on my toilet paper. (I’m told this...
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