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Is it possible to still have a gluten sensitivity even if your blood test comes back negative?
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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In brief: Which blood test?
Diagnosis of gluten sensitivity, celiac disease is only partly determined by blood tests and there are more than one type of tests for celiac disease.
If a person is deficient in IgA and the test for IgA anti-tissue transglutaminase is negative, that would not be meaningful. It is best to discuss the tests in the clinical context with your doctor.

In brief: Which blood test?
Diagnosis of gluten sensitivity, celiac disease is only partly determined by blood tests and there are more than one type of tests for celiac disease.
If a person is deficient in IgA and the test for IgA anti-tissue transglutaminase is negative, that would not be meaningful. It is best to discuss the tests in the clinical context with your doctor.
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