Finally got my biopsy results. According to my GI, they didn't find anything on the biopsy to indicate either Crohn's or UC. He said the "non specific inflammation" might be due to the bowel prep. He's taken UC off the table, but he's still considering Crohn's. I take medication for psoriatic arthritis that also is used to treat Crohn's, so the doc said that might be preventing him from seeing Crohn's evidence. Historically my bowel problems have resolved on prednisone and humira, which my doc still thinks is a red flag for IBD. Also, I have so many of the extra-intestinal symptoms. He's going to do a small bowel series where you drink the barium and see if anything comes up there. Problem is, I'm taking prednisone for the arthritis right now, so I don't know if that will interfere with the findings.
The other two possibilities he presented are post-cholecystectomy syndrome from getting my gallbladder removed or an incomplete response to being gluten-free or some cross-contamination. I took the Celiac blood test last year, and that came up positive. I opted not to do the biopsy and just went totally gluten-free. Now the doc wants me to have the biopsy, so for the next week and a half I have to go back to eating gluten. Despite my desire for pizza, I'm not excited at the prospect of being horrifically sick for the next couple of weeks.
Thanks everyone for being so patient answering my questions. This has been such an ordeal, and I'm happy to have found a place that is so supportive.