My test results have come in. Also at some point my Doctor had time to look over the information I had given him. While he found no Celiac proof during the endoscopy he was able to find out that I was right the entire time. I was telling him the truth when I said I had the issue. I can’t believe that it took them this long to be able to see the evidence I had sent to him at the start of all of this. However, what sparked this is what I was saying before the procedure. “The symptoms were right, and I know that you didn't get to the gluten levels we need for the damage. However, it sparked my interest. I took time to read what you had sent me. I also verified this information with a specialist in Celiac. I agree that you have this issue, even if the test I gave you didn’t show evidence.”
I had to be a little happy that I was vindicated, I am also sad since I now have more evidence that I will not be able to enjoy gluten filled foods again.
Other results, I don’t have Cancer and also Barrett’s was a misdiagnosis. So all of this, being told I had been wrong the entire time and coming back to where I was to start with. I still have Celiac, and I don’t have anything I didn't think I had. It kind of seems like a waste of time and energy to me. However, this makes the doctors feel better.Now with the results in and no reason to stay on the gluten, I can start weaning myself off again. I will be removing one item at a time and will keep everyone updated with the struggle of going gluten free. I once again need to break that addiction