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Abdominal
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Are you suffering with abdominal pain, diarrhoea and bloating? How about anaemia, headaches and fatigue?

There is a possibility that these symptoms could be related to coeliac disease, an autoimmune condition that affects 1% of the population, but is only diagnosed in 30% of people.

The treatment for coeliac disease is a lifelong gluten free diet, but it is incredibly important that you do not exclude gluten from your diet until you have consulted your GP for a medical diagnosis.


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Why not take our

Online Assessment

If you think you could have coeliac disease, why not take our online assessment, you can then take these results to your GP for further discussion.

Please note – this assessment does not replace the advice of a trained healthcare professional. It is intended only as a guide to help you identify a possible cause of your symptoms and next steps towards a medical diagnosis. Please consult your GP for a full medical diagnosis.

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Do you currently eat gluten as part of your normal diet?

Grains containing gluten include wheat, rye, spelt and barley. Foods that typically contain gluten include bread, pasta, biscuits, cake and breakfast cereals.

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If you wish to be tested for coeliac disease, it is important for you to eat foods containing gluten!

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As you are not consuming a gluten-containing diet, it is not possible for you to continue the assessment. You must be consuming gluten regularly for a minimum of 6 weeks prior to receiving a test for coeliac disease. If you have already removed gluten from your diet at the time of receiving a test, the result may not be accurate. If you are currently following a gluten free diet and are still experiencing symptoms, please consult your GP. Read more about getting diagnosed with coeliac disease here >

Please make sure you have selected whether you follow a diet or not.

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If you wish to be tested for coeliac disease, it is important for you to eat foods containing gluten!

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Have you already been tested for coeliac disease?

Coeliac disease is diagnosed based on a blood sample and in some cases a biopsy of your small intestine.

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I have been tested and I have been diagnosed with coeliac disease.

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I have been tested, but I was not diagnosed with coeliac disease.

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I have not been tested.

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If you have already been tested for and diagnosed with coeliac disease, the only treatment available is a strict gluten-free diet. Please consult our website for more information. However, if the results of your test for coeliac disease were negative, but you feel that your symptoms are related to gluten if may be worth exploring this further with your GP. You may be suffering from gluten/wheat sensitivity, or, depending on when you received your negative test and the conditions that the test was conducted under, undiagnosed coeliac disease may still be a possibility.

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If your doctor has already diagnosed you with coeliac disease, you do not need to continue the assessment. Please consult our website for in-depth information on coeliac disease and the gluten-free diet, as well as helpful tips and advice for your everyday life, recipes and much more.

If you are still experiencing symptoms on a gluten-free diet, please consult your GP for further advice.

Please answer if you have tested/diagnosed previously.

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If you have already been tested for and diagnosed with coeliac disease, the only treatment available is a strict gluten-free diet. Please consult our website for more information. However, if the results of your test for coeliac disease were negative, but you feel that your symptoms are related to gluten if may be worth exploring this further with your GP. You may be suffering from gluten/wheat sensitivity, or, depending on when you received your negative test and the conditions that the test was conducted under, undiagnosed coeliac disease may still be a possibility.

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Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms?

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Persistent or regular diarrhoea
Sudden or unexpected weight loss
Frequently recurring mouth ulcers
Persistent fatigue
Regular abdominal pain, cramps or bloating
Persistent or unexplained gut problems such as constipation, nausea, vomiting, or flatulence
Recent and unexplained anaemias such as iron-deficiency anaemia
None of the above
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People with coeliac disease or non-coeliac gluten sensitivity may experience a wide variety of symptoms.

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Please select at least one symptom or none of the above.

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People with coeliac disease or non-coeliac gluten sensitivity may experience a wide variety of symptoms.

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Have you ever been diagnosed with any of the conditions listed below?

Please tick all conditions that apply to you.

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Autoimmune thyroid disease
Irritable bowel syndrome
Type 1 diabetes
Polyneuropathy

Symptoms of this include tingling sensation and sometimes pain. These can be irregular and affect both sides of the body. This often starts at the feet and moves up the body to the hands

Ataxia

Symptoms of this include loss of coordination, clumsiness and affected speech. These can worsen with tiredness and fatigue

Low bone mineral density

Your doctor will have informed you of this

Persistently raised liver enzymes with unknown cause
Down’s syndrome
Turner syndrome
Recurrent miscarriage
None of the above
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Coeliac disease can also be associated with a number of other disorders/symptoms.

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Coeliac disease can also be associated with a number of other disorders/symptoms.

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Does anyone in your family have coeliac disease?

Family members are first-degree relatives (such as your parents, children or siblings).

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The risk of developing coeliac disease increases from 1 in 100 to 1 in 10 for first-degree relatives of people with coeliac disease.

Please select if anyone in your family has coeliac disease.

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The risk of developing coeliac disease increases from 1 in 100 to 1 in 10 for first-degree relatives of people with coeliac disease.

Your Results

Thank you for completing the online questionnaire

Before you take any further steps, please read the following information carefully. If you have any questions about the online questionnaire, diagnostic process, symptoms, or about the gluten-free diet, please do not hesitate to contact us

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