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Tests All Come Back Normal
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My daughter thought she might be allergic to gluten she’s had blood test and stool test done but all come back normal, she went gluten free for a couple of months and felt fine but had to start eating gluten again for test she get bad pains in her stomach and can be sick, what else can I do to find out what making her feel this way

posted January 2, 2018
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A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member

If she was fine when not eating gluten and having pain when she does, it would point to her having a gluten intolerance. Simple enough to just avoid gluten for a few months and see if that helps. As my doctor says, most of the tests used do not test deep enough and miss this.

posted January 6, 2018
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My daughter has always tested negative her whole life on every type of allergy test for milk and soy but she is very allergic. I talked to her allergist and he said it is rare but not unheard of to test negative and have an allergy. If your daughter was better off it then do what feels right! She probably has an allergy.

posted February 28, 2018
A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member

Yeah. Avoid gluten. It is in a lot of stuff though. So be prepared to check the labels. A lot!

posted February 26, 2018
A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member

I am sorry you didnt get a reply before. I am celiac. First off the blood test results are not great, I have heard so many people with Celiacs who the initial blood test was negative. It starts off with what Blood test did they do? Did they test for the Celiac Gene?
I could go on and on.... basicly, my advice is this.
1. If she feels good gluten free, stay gluten free.
2. Get her into a gastroenterologist they will be able to diagnose her correctly.
Good luck!

posted February 1, 2018
A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member

Could you daughter be lactose intolerant or allergic, how is she with yogurt etc?

posted May 9, 2023

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