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  1. psawyer, my gastroenterologist approaches the process this way. It could be that he encountered false-negative blood tests with other patients which led to problems.
  2. There is a chance for false-negative with the blood test which is why doctors advise having the scope and biopsy done first. If the biopsy reveals there is gluten damage then the doctor will order the blood test to confirm celiac disease. If you decide to pursue a scope it is very important that...