Celiac Disease

The small intestine is harmed by celiac disease, a chronic immunological and digestive condition. Consuming gluten-containing foods causes the condition. The illness might prevent your body from absorbing all the nutrients it needs and result in long-lasting digestive issues.

It can be detected using two blood tests:

During a serology test, your blood is examined for antibodies. A gluten-induced immune response is indicated by elevated levels of certain antibody proteins.

To rule out celiac disease, a genetic test for the human leukocyte antigens HLA-DQ2 and HLA-DQ8 can be employed.

When a person with a genetic predisposition consumes gluten, it can cause significant autoimmune disease called celiac disease, which damages the small intestine. Though it is estimated that 1 in 100 persons globally are affected, only around 30% are aware of it

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