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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I got the blood test for tTG-IgA and it was 3. but I hadn't been eating wheat for 2 months and only started 2 days before the test. I tested positive for wheat and gluten sensitivity (very sensitive). haven't now been deliberately eating any wheat for about 4 months I think. but once a week or two I get a rash and my stomach etc. just come to a grinding halt. does that sound more like an allergic reaction or a celiac thing? or am I probably allergic to something else? also - if you have a wheat allergy, does that automatically mean you CAN'T have celiac disease? does anyone know? thanks for reading.