DNA test for Gluten Sensitivity
HLA-DQ Genetic Testing for gluten sensitivity. This test kit contains all the necessary agents to take a cheek cell sample to submit to the DNA lab to determine whether or not you are gluten sensitive
cintia – August 28, 2017
Does it ship to Switzerland?
Laura Marie Porter – September 4, 2017
My daughter has DQ 2.2 and DQ8 and another genetic marker for celiac. She’s been sick more than healthy in her 17 years. She and I are going gluten free. Is there any advantage to getting the other tests done for her? Thanks!
Peter Osborne – August 31, 2017
Yes, we ship internationally!
Eric – April 23, 2018
Dr Osborne – my primary had me go gluten free as I’ve had Crohs Disease for decades. I feel Great now. But I’ve never been officially tested. Do you recommend testing for someone that already has a known autoimmune disease. I’ve been grain free as well after reading your awesome book!
Sonja – March 2, 2018
I read your book “no grain no pain”. And tried the diet. After 3 weeks my daughter (diagnosed with juvenile idiopathic arthritis) and I were painfree! Amazing!!! Will the test also check dairy products and the tomato-potato-etcetera-vegetables you recommend not to eat? or only grain?
Deirdre – February 5, 2018
Can I do this test while I am based in Israel? Also I have family members in The Netherlands who are very interested to do this test. Thank you.
Peter Osborne – February 14, 2018
Deirdre, Yes. This test can be performed anywhere in the world 🙂
Samir ahuja – January 21, 2018
I have idiopathic small fiber neuropathy and have not been tested fit gluteton intolerance. Is this a good test to start with or should I first do the traditional blood tests ?
Thomas Cobb – October 25, 2017
23 and me tests for two HLA DQ variants. HLA-DQ2.5 and HLA-DQ8. Is the testing that you do different than the 23 and me one. From reading this blog, it looks like Dr. Osbourne mentions there are more to be tested, but when I read the description here it mentions only two. I must be confused so please forgive me.
MILLIE WESTERMAN – October 28, 2017
Does this DNA test give information on intolerance to other glutens such as corn gluten and oats? I believe I have celiac disease but I am also effected by corn and oats. Will this test identify which foods to stay away from? Basically will this help me know which strains to stay away from or is it a negative/positive result only?
Charlene Logsdon – October 26, 2017
Do flexible spending accounts typically cover the expense for the testing?
Cathy Grissom – August 20, 2017
I have been eating gluten free because of all my symptoms. Can I still take this test?
Jennifer Mobley – August 24, 2017
Will this test tell you if you are celiac or NCGS? I know gluten makes me extremely ill for 6-7 weeks. I am curious as to which condition I have and am unwilling to do a gluten trial.
Jennifer this test measures for the gluten sensitive gene patterns. Because this is a DNA test, you do not have to eat gluten before taking it.
Peter Osborne – August 21, 2017
Cathy, Yes you can. This is a genetic test, and it is not influenced by your current diet. All the best, Dr. O
astrid – August 10, 2017
which HLA DQ will you messure
Karen – August 7, 2017
Does the kit also check for ,Celiac disease along with gluten sensitivity?
Sj navage – August 7, 2017
I have been gluten free as best i have been able. I believe i am gluten sensitive. Is this a test i can take and it will still give accurate results
Judit Molnar – August 1, 2017
Can you test a 5 month old baby? Or what is the age limit?
Gluten Free Society – August 16, 2017
There is no age limit for the Gluten Sensitivity Genetic test.
cathy – November 3, 2017
Think i am also alergic to soy products
Carolyn Huntington – April 23, 2018
I have been gluten free for 10 years My daughter has biopsy confirmed celiac disease. I took a gene test 10 years ago that showed 2 – DQ 2 HLA genes at the time they weren’t testing for 2.5. I have never been biopsies while eating gluten but have been told by doctor I don’t have the genes for celiac- they didn’t give details of what that meant I now assume they didn’t find 2.5. Is there anything more the test could show me? I have Hashimoto thyroid and stay grain free and gluten free to a crumb? Any chance Mast cell activation is on your radar yet- don’t think the genetics are known yet or Hypermobile Ehler Danlos – both relate to gluten problems and there are many people looking for genetic tests for them. If you know anywhere I could get more information on genetic testing for those please let me know – thank you
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