My 2 1/2 year old daughter was just diagnosed with Celiac's. Her pediatric gastroenterologist sent me a script for a antitransglutaminase test. However, Ive been reading about the testing and it says that even with a negative result (which it came back as), that I could still have Celiac's too. The hospital that did the test isnt really reliable (but the only option I had) and Ive read that that test is relatively new and maybe the lab wasnt really equipped for it. Should I ask my daughter's doctor about another test?
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