Has anyone ever heard of somebody being diagnosed with celiac without really having any symptoms? I'm a little worried I might be getting that diagnosis tomorrow. I can eat wheat without any problems, though! It's a long story, but 10 years ago I was in high school and was having GI issues, throwing up, losing weight, minor bleed in my esophagus. I had an endoscopy at that time and ended up just being diagnosed with reflux disease and put on medications for that. Later, they also added a diagnosis of gastroparesis, and I was on medications for that too for awhile, but eventually I went off of those. Because of the GERD, they have been doing endoscopies every 5 years and I still see GI 1-2x per year. Looking over my records last winter my GI doctor noticed a biopsy I had done as a teenager showed something weird. It was previously considered just to be unusual, but not of any concern. Later it was identified as being associated with Celiac disease. The strange part of this? The biopsy was taken from my esophagus, not my small intestine like where you would see Celiac. Because of this she decided to do testing for the genes associated with Celiac. She tested for two genes. I was positive for one of them, but the one I was positive for is very common with type 1 diabetes as well, and not all that unusual even in healthy people. 2 weeks ago I had another endoscopy. I had an appointment scheduled for this week to go over the results, but at the endoscopy appointment the doctor told me just to cancel it because "It looked totally normal, but we did a biopsy for celiac anyway, just to make sure, but if you have that we'll just call you and tell you to go on a gluten free diet." Tonight I got a phone call from that office asking me to call them about my test results. This office doesn't historically call with negative results, but maybe for scopes they do? Right now I feel very healthy and really haven't had any GI problems, so I would be really surprised if this came back showing Celiac. Heck, I had pizza today and felt fine!