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Blood Type Most Prone To Celiac Disease
Can sickle cell trait have an impact on other health conditions such as type 1 diabetes, neuropathy, high blood pressure, celiac disease, or asthma?
Anti-tTG first: In suspected celiac disease / gluten enteropathy / sprue, the cheap screening test is the anti-ttg (tissue transglutiminase); followup may include the more costly IgA anti-endomysial antibdies (ema), biopsy of the gut, and/or a trial of a gluten-free diet. No one knows how common celiac disease really is; what matters is whether gluten elimination ultimately helps you. ...Read more
My 34 yr old sister had an hla typing for celiac disease and came back positive for hla dq2.Should she be concerened? Is this something serious?
My endoscopy biopsy looked exactly like something caused by Celiac disease but my blood test came back negative, what else could it be?
My doc ordered 4 blood tests testing for celiac disease. I live in rural Iowa. They had to sent to Mayo. Why is this? What are the tests?
Varies: There are a number of tests that are used to screen for celiac disease. The tissue transglutaminase IGA is one of the more dependable, usually ordered with an IGA level.There are others, and the delicate nature of the tests requires that they be done in a facility that does them often to be reliable. Local hospitals rarely have the volume to invest in the specialized equipment. ...Read more
Is it possible for a toddlers blood test to be negative for celiac disease but upon endoscopy or colonoscopy be found to indeed have celiac disease?
Possibly: If the correct test was done (measurement of IgA antibody to human recombinant TTG is recommended for initial testing for CD by NASPGHAN) and was negative, AND if a child has chronic diarrhea or failure to thrive OR if they have selective IgA deficiency or a + family hx of CD, a biopsy might be recommended. Consult with a pediatric GI physician if this is the case. Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, definite chance: Blood tests for wheat allergy measure IgG and/or IgE antibodies to proteins in wheat (which may include gluten) but not everyone with celiac disease will have these antibodies. The best blood test is IgA anti-tissue transglutaminase. If you really want to rule out celiac disease you should get that test- but only after eating gluten! See http://www.csaceliacs.org/diagnosis_of_celiac_disease.jsp ...Read more
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