While the symptoms of celiac vary, suffering from any of these symptoms — especially over time — may indicate that you should ask your doctor for a celiac blood test. Check all that apply to you, or to your child.
Note: Some individuals with celiac disease do not have any outward symptoms. Individuals with certain risk factors, like having a family member with celiac disease, should be tested even if symptoms are not present.
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