If your condition is one found by IgA/IgG or IgE testing, then no it will not resolve. If you developed a gluten sensitivity that is manifesting itself in producing an immune response, it will not resolve.
Unfortunately, gluten intolerance is permanent. Even if you think you can eat it safely, that is to say you have no immediate bad reaction, your immune system is still going to react. Briefly, IgE is the fastest reaction (think allergies and histamine reactions), whereas IgM is slower but more systemic. So you can have symptoms days after eating gluten. The simplest, safest course is to avoid it.
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