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No, I'm pretty sure you are safe. However they often want to do a biopsy to confirm should your tests come back positive, so you should stay on gluten until then.

Go out and enjoy as many gluten foods as you can right now. Have some good, homemade bread. Have some pizza. And please, think of me while you have some doughnuts.


gluten-free since June, 2011

It took 3 !/2 years but my intolerances to corn, soy, and everything else (except gluten) are gone!

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No, one day is not going to skew results.  The bigger issue is that you need to make sure that the doc ordered the right tests because that does not always happen as you may see in some of the posts floating around in this forum.  If you only get the tTG-IgA without the Total Serum IgA test, you can't be sure that a normal test range in that area is due to not having celiac OR simply having a body that is IgA deficient and won't be capable of giving you a positive test.

 

I was only slightly high on the tTG-Iga and was high on the DGP IgA.  As bartfull mentioned, keep eating gluten until you get all the way through the tests.  Enjoy it, but don't overdo -- I had some very horrible days mixed in there as I was waiting to have my biopsy.  I swear the Costco combo pizza was trying to kill me - not fun.

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