Request A Test Offers 10% off of Celiac Disease Lab Testing in May 2013

This May, Request A Test if offering 10% off of all Celiac Disease lab testing orders. Just use promo code CELIAC10 when ordering to save.

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Brecksville, OH (PRWEB) May 01, 2013

This May Request A Test, a leading national provider of direct to consumer lab testing, is offering 10% off of any testing order from the Celiac Disease category. Just use discount code CELIAC10 when ordering to save. Celiac Disease, a condition which causes the body to have an adverse reaction to products containing gluten, has gained attention as a significant health concern. If left untreated, Celiac can cause serious health complications and testing is the first step to an accurate diagnosis. A variety of noninvasive blood tests can be performed to help identify patients with Celiac Disease. Request A Test offers a number of popular Celiac tests including Tissue Transglutaminase, Endomysial Antibody, and Gliadin Antibody. These tests can be ordered individually or in packages like the Celiac Disease Antibody Screen or Celiac Disease Complete Panel for even more savings. Results from these tests can help a person and their doctor to make an accurate diagnosis. Through Request A Test, anyone can order Celiac blood tests without needing a doctor’s prescription or going through an insurance provider. With 1000's of convenient lab locations across the country and quick turnaround time for most test results, there’s no better time to take control of one’s health.

Celiac disease is a condition in which the body responds to the presence of gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, by creating antibodies which attack the lining of the small intestine. This damage can result in an inability for the body to absorb vitamins and nutrients from the food a person eats. This can lead to chronic malnutrition and anemia. In children, Celiac Disease can cause stunted growth and delayed puberty. In adults, it can cause infertility, osteoporosis, and a type of cancer known as Intestinal Lymphoma. Celiac disease can develop at any age. Lab testing for Celiac Disease can aid in an early diagnosis which can help to avoid permanent damage to the digestive system.

It is estimated that as little as 3% of the people who have Celiac Disease are aware of it. Symptoms of Celiac Disease are often common to other disorders. People with Celiac Disease may experience abdominal pain, diarrhea, fatigue, and joint pain, anxiety, or depression. Diagnosis typically begins with one or more blood tests which look for certain types of antibodies. Not every type of Celiac Test will be effective for every person so multiple tests are usually needed. Results from these tests can help a person work with their doctor to determine if further confirmation through procedures like an intestinal biopsy is necessary. The most important thing is to diagnose Celiac Disease as early as possible before it causes severe and life threatening complications.

It is important to understand the difference between Celiac Disease and Gluten Allergy. While these conditions may have some symptoms in common, they are very different. People with a Gluten Allergy will often experience abdominal discomfort, bloating, or diarrhea after ingesting gluten due to inflammation in their digestive tract. These symptoms are usually temporary and will pass as long as the person does not continue to eat foods with gluten in them. Viewers of the Dr. Oz show have likely seen his recommendations that people experiencing ongoing gastrointestinal problems consider Gluten Allergy as a possible cause. A Gluten Allergy Ige Test can help people to find out if a gluten free diet may improve their health or rule out an allergy as the source of their condition.

As with many health problems, the first step to dealing with Celiac Disease is to get tested. By going to the Celiac category at Requestatest.com, patients can see a full list of the Celiac tests available through Request A Test. To place an order, or for more information about any of the convenient, affordable testing options offered by Request A Test, go to Requestatest.com or call 1-888-732-2348. Remember to use discount code CELIAC10 when ordering to save. Hurry, this offer expires May 31st 2013.

About Request A Test
Request A Test is a national lab testing service operating on the edict that knowledge is power. Dedicated to providing outstanding customer service, same-day testing, no hidden fees and an informative, easy to use website, Request A Test is partnered with two of the largest certified laboratories in the country to ensure clients receive affordable and accurate information in a high quality, professional setting.