If you or your child are suffering from:
- chronic diarrhea and/or frequent bowel movements,
- vomiting and/or abdominal pain,
- flatulence and/or abdominal circumference enlargement
- type I diabetes,
- lack of appetite,
- low growth and low weight,
- frequent infections,
- anemia,
Celiac disease is an illness linked to gluten intolerance, in which there is an impaired absorption of nutrients from food. Gluten is a protein contained in grains  like wheat, rye, barley, oats.
Celiac disease can be asymptomatic without most of the signs suggesting disease to either the patient or the physician. In such cases, it is often diagnosed several years after the onset of the illness, causing extensive damage to the body. The complications of untreated celiac disease include: esophageal cancer, throat cancer, small intestinal lymphoma, infertility, and osteoporosis.
Perform the test and get rid of any doubts!
For testing:
- 2-3 milliliters of blood are taken,
- you do not have to stop taking anti-allergic medicine,
- you do not have to fast,
- this test can be done on children, adults, the elderly and patients with skin lesions,
- waiting time for results is 2 business days.