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    Celiac.com 05/02/2012 - Doctors and researchers are still debating the usefulness of active blood screening for spotting celiac disease in older populations. Studies do suggest that many cases of celiac disease go undetected, especially in the older population. One unanswered question is whether screening does any good for older people who have been eating gluten many decades. ...

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    Hi!   The old AGA (anti-gliadin antibodies) tests are no longer in use, but I am not sure what country you are in.  These AGA (IgA and IgG versions) were replaced by the better and more accurate DGP tests.  I think you need to confir...
    A few small mistakes means that you’ve reduced gluten. To truly heal (which can take 2 years, sometimes more) you must be completely gluten free. You should continue eating gluten until you have the endoscopy to verify blood lab results. ...
    Hi! I’ll try to keep this short and sweet. 😏 We are currently testing our 3 year old for celiac.  My main questions are about which tests were run and which are missing from the full celiac panel.  From what I understand, the full celiac ...
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