If someone can assist me, I would be grateful. For a year and a half, I have been dealing with gastrointestinal issues. About six weeks ago, my doctor tested me for celiac disease. After the blood test was taken, I started following the diet, and began feeling better. But when I spoke with the doctor, he said that the DNA and antibody test were both negative, so I do not have celiac disease but to continue folllowing the diet if it makes me feel better. But he offered no other options. Could I be dealing with something else? Could the lab have made a mistake (my doc says no, the lab is reliable)? I live in a really small town so second opions are difficult to secure. Thank you.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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