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It’s impossible to answer this until the biopsy results are available unfortunately. The damage to the villi is too small to see with the naked eye. It’s good news however that there’s nothing amiss to the naked eye

Hi,

I am very sorry for being a pain by posting on here again. I was wondering if I could ask for some advice? I had my endoscopy done earlier this evening and the consultant said everything looked normal and said he has taken plenty of D2 biopsies. I was wondering does this mean that Celiac is unlikely now? I am worried in case my problems will never get resolved and the amount of weight loss. Did other people encounter this?

Thank you for all your help,

I added this to my post just now, but forgot to put this link in, which shows just how many celiacs are cheating:

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/eci.12755/full

PS – I really think all of this is a very big deal! Maybe one of the more interesting developments in many years.

Thanks that’s interesting. Especially:

How odd that the gluten levels were lower with the lower dose!

I’d like to have something like this on a shelf so that if I’m going to be in a place I’m not sure about I have an added level of protection. Its also good that they’re positioning it like this:

During hard cheese manufacture most of the lactose is broken down into its parts, galactose and glucose. These do not cause the same digestive problems as lactose.