Just because you have the genetics does not mean you have Celiac. It means you are predisposed to getting it, not that you ACTIVELY HAVE it. It's just like cancer genetic tests, you may have the genetics for breast cancer but it doesn't mean you have it at this moment.
Blood work and biopsy are the only ways to tell if you actually HAVE Celiac (and more Dr. are going with the 5 criteria of blood word, symptom resolution on the gluten-free diet, genetics and a few other over biopsy because the blood work is getting advanced enough to be conclusive.)
So there's nothing in the genetic test that waves a red flag saying "HEY you have Celiac!"? I have been completely mislead then. Wow...so why wasn't I told this? I honestly haven't ever read it either. OMG. I'm sort of shocked right now.