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Hi!
(You guys know so much... I'm trying to soak it all up. Thankyou always for shedding wisdom on alllll the things and I hope you can on this.)
Inspired by my rapid improvement having discovered I was Coeliac,  a friend who's commiserated with me for years got her genes tested (negative blood results but she'd been off gluten for a while?) to see if she should bother going back on it and/or doing other tests.
Hers are different to mine so I can't understand them (and the person who did them explained it to her but she doesn't believe them and thinks the more people they scare the more money is in it for them... or something? But I digress...)
and my question was two-fold...

-Results look like: HLA-DQB1 02:01, HLA-DQB1 03:01 . Serologic equiv. HLA-DQ 2 , 3 (Subtype 2, 7)
She was told that's not Coeliac .

-But apparently the second one is Gluten Sensitivity and I was aware this existed (she's definitely sensitive and gets awful symptoms) but didn't know they did tests for that?! Since when?! Are they reliable?! How great?! 


 

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