I had 2 blood tests, in mid 2009 was negative, in late 2009 was postive. I had endoscopy at end of 2009 but stopped eating gluten as doctor did not advice me to keep eating it until after endoscopy, so I only ate gluten 2 days before...so endoscopy was negative. After the endoscopy I stopped eating gluten anyway for other health reasons. I never had any pain or anything prior stopping gluten. But now after more than a year gluten free, I find that if I eat gluten accidentaly I get pain. Not sure if it's because I am Celiac or because my body just doens't like it now and now is intolerant to it.
Should I have another endoscopy? Being gluten free is so difficult, especially when travelling and going out to restaurants, parties etc.
I'm just annoyed that now I get pains and before I never did. Same happened with milk, I have stopped drinking it as I only drunk it with cereal... now I get pain if I eat yogurt etc
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