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Hello, I have read your story.In your research, do you remember reading about the high rates of false negatives for Celiac from the blood tests and, even, the biopsies?I know my post is old, but I would suggest you put her on a GF diet anyway. Tell your doctor what you are doing. You may be able to get a diagnosis (if gluten is the issue) if she improves on a GF diet. Some doctors don't want to give a diagnosis like that, tho.But the important thing is to get Emma healthy.Good luck!- An unoficially diagnosed Celiac
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