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Another Question - Can Pre-Diagnosis Of Celiac

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and still eating gluten make your A1c (diabetes) test not read correctly?

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Any illness or stress can effect your blood sugar levels. If you are celiac and not gluten free that could effect those levels.

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my son had an A1c before diagnosed and it was at the higher end of the spectrum (4 points away from being above the "average high end"). So, I am wondering if he should be retested since there is a correlation between the two. his urine did show kestones (sp?) in the beginning, but his A1c showed "normal."

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my son had an A1c before diagnosed and it was at the higher end of the spectrum (4 points away from being above the "average high end"). So, I am wondering if he should be retested since there is a correlation between the two. his urine did show kestones (sp?) in the beginning, but his A1c showed "normal."

I was misdiagnosed with diabetes because I had an A1c measured once when I went to the doctor for relief after a severe glutening. In the next year after repeated home testing I realized the only time I had a high BS level was when glutened.

I would make sure that they do keep and eye on his BS and A1c after he is gluten free. Just to be on the safe side.

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