Is it possible to have an allergy to gluten without having celiac disease? My cd test came back negative

Wheat allergy. It is possible to make allergic antibodies (ige) to wheat and gliadin. This would be called wheat allergy and not celiac disease (cd). Blood testing (rast) can diagnosing this problem. These is no accurate blood test for cd however, persons that show the presence of certain igg and IgA antibodies against deaminated gliadin or tissue transglutaminase are more likely to have cd.

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I don't ve celiac disease but noticed that gluten intake gives some mild symptoms ve no allergies on skin test any explanation y this could be pls?

Gluten sensitivity. Firstly gluten sensitivity is now known to comprise a wide range of symptoms and findings. There are many patients who feel better on a gluten- free diet but do not have celiac disease. Also, because gluten sensitivity is not an allergy, one would not expect to see a positive allergy test to gluten products. Read more...
Eating better food. In general some people "respond" to limiting gluten despite not having the disease because they are now paying attention to food labels. Gluten containing foods tend to be highly refined or processed. So by avoiding these one is eating more real food. Read more...