I would get tested, but it could be more a reaction to tomatoes and hot sauce I suppose, or the cheese. It would pay to see a gastroenterologist and describe your symptoms and see what he things. Your symptoms are not classic for Celiac, but neither are mine and I have it.
Just finished reading your comments. I would suggest making an appointment with your family doctor. I would tell your doctor about the symptoms you've been feeling and ask his or her opinion. A good friend of mine is allergic to gluten. Her allergy to gluten as well as some other things was discovered in the summer through a blood test. Hope these suggestions are helpful. Eve
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