What To Do If Diagnosed
People who suspect that they have crucial disease, from symptoms or iron deficiency, should be diagnosed before starting a gluten free diet. Trying to go gluten free before having multiple tests conducted could result in faulty test results. It is important to resume the diet normally and then begin tests in order to have an accurate result. Testing will include blood tests, iron levels tests, antibodies tests, and even a biopsy of the small intestine.
Researchers continue to study what the causes of celiac disease are and how it has developed over recent years.