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  1. Thank you so much for your response. It is very helpful. We are in the US. I am going to call the lab today, but I think you are right about them running the old tests. I never received an official celiac diagnosis myself, but have the gene for it and had all of the symptoms. I had already...
  2. 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 panel is ttg iga, ttg igg, dgp iga, dgp igg, Ema, and tota...
  3. Thank so much for the input! It is very tricky!
  4. I have been gluten free for about 8 months with occasional glutenings, so the celiac panel is out of the question for me. I have been to a gastroenterologist and she is doing a endoscopy on Tuesday just to check for any damage still in my small intestine. My symptoms were pretty severe, so together...
  5. A little more to add. From what I understand, you have two genes - one from your mom and one from your dad. So my question is, does this mean both of the genes I inherited are celiac genes? Or is this one gene composed of different parts? Obviously, I’m no geneticist. 😉
  6. I was hoping someone can help interpret these results. My doctor called and said I tested positive for dq2 and mailed this to me. From what I can tell, it looks like both of my genes are dq2. Is this correct?
  7. I saw a gastroenterologist for the first time yesterday, after being gluten free since November. She said all of my symptoms (before November) were consistent with celiac. She ordered the genetic blood test, and I’ll also have an endoscopy (in case there is still damage in small intestine and t...