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Well, Megan is growing more than I thought so that was good. Dietician thinks she is probably in the really sensitive camp and said we should focus in on the restaurants and eating at the inlaws. So we are going to focus on eliminating that as much as possible and see what her numbers do. Hopefully this will fix the problem. Not sure what we'll do if her numbers still don't come down, but we'll cross that bridge when we get to it. He also suggested testing my other kids every 5 years for celiac and if I can test them for the gene for celiac. All but one have been tested (and the baby of course). I really should have him tested, but he's been such a pain about it that I haven't done it. Anyhow, I guess we wait and see what happens and have her levels rechecked in April.