Diagnoss And Treatment

Generally speaking, celiac disease is a diagnostic challenge. It may present itself in many ways- typical, atypical, and even silent (with very mild symptoms), which can make diagnosis difficult. Nearly 60% have no diarrhea and may have completely atypical symptoms-which could be s diverse as neurological problems, ataxia (loss of co-ordination), bone and joint pains, in women there could be miscarriages, infertility or bone and joint problems like arthritis and osteoporosis.
Final diagnosis is done using:-
Serological markers (blood tests) Endoscopy.
Specific blood tests (serological testing) are an important indication of whether or not you have celiac disease.
IgA Endomysial Antibodies (EMA): Highly specific marker for celiac disease.