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Celiac Disease Screening Test

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This at-home test kit monitors your response to gluten to determine your likelihood of having celiac disease. For accurate results, you must eat gluten for 6 to 8 weeks before taking this test.

$
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SALE - 15% off select health and wellness tests with the code MENSHEALTH15

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This at-home test kit monitors your response to gluten to determine your likelihood of having celiac disease. For accurate results, you must eat gluten for 6 to 8 weeks before taking this test.

This test measures the following biomarkers:

Quick and easy finger prick sample collection method with just a few drops of blood from the fingertip

All of our tests are performed by CLIA-certified labs, the gold standard in lab testing quality regulation

FSA/HSA cards accepted
Results in 7 business days
Results in 10 business days
Must be 18 or over

Actionable, in-depth health insights that are personal to you

We take the guesswork out of deciphering complicated lab results while guiding you on the right path to your best health with reports you can actually understand.

What is measured?

This test measures four key celiac-associated biomarkers to screen for celiac disease.

Who should get tested?

Even if you suspect celiac disease, you must keep eating gluten for 6 to 8 weeks for accurate test results. Consider getting tested if you’re experiencing: 

  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Stomach cramps, digestion issues or regular bloating
  • Unexplained weight loss

Collection method - Finger prick sample

Our kits require just a few drops of blood from the fingertip, a clinically-validated method that is just as accurate (and typically less painful) than conventional blood collection. Afraid of needles? The needle on our lancet stays hidden until collection is complete.

Step 1

Collect your sample

A quick at-home finger prick test provides the few drops of blood we need to do a thorough health analysis.

Step 2

Mail your sample

Simply place your sample in the packaging provided and send it to our approved lab — the shipping costs are on us.

Step 3

Review your results

Get first-hand access to invaluable 
health data. View your results and recommendations online. Knowledge 
is power!

Accurate

Get the facts on your own terms with the same tests offered in clinics. Every report is physician approved.

Affordable

Gone are the days of travelling to a clinic. Save time and money by testing yourself at home.

Easy

Stop waiting for a lab order. Simple at-home finger prick tests put your health in your hands.

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Who can order an imaware test?

This test is only for adults aged 18 and older.

What if I have IgA deficiency?

An estimated 2% of people with celiac disease also have selective immunoglobulin A (IgA) deficiency. If someone has IgA deficiency and celiac disease, the IgA deficiency can cause a false negative on a celiac disease antibody test. However, those with IgA deficiency should be tested for celiac disease because they are 10 to 20 times more likely to develop an autoimmune response to gluten than the general population.

To navigate a false positive, those with IgA deficiency should be tested for IgG-tTG antibodies instead of IgA-tTG. That's why we include the IgG-tTG antibodies testing in our celiac screening test. Please note, like any celiac disease blood test, you will have to go back to eating gluten regularly for at least 6 weeks prior to testing - of course, please see a doctor if you are suffering a severe allergic reaction when consuming gluten. Read more about IgA deficiency.

Does the celiac disease screening test diagnose you with celiac disease?

 No, at this time you can only be diagnosed with an upper endoscopy biopsy, which is prescribed and carried out by a medical professional. A positive celiac disease screening result with imaware™ provides accurate likelihood based on a lab analysis of 4 key biomarkers. If likelihood is high, your results report can be used to engage with a gastroenterologist to continue along on your path to a diagnosis.

Do I really have to go back to eating gluten if I've already been gluten-free?

Unfortunately, yes. Your blood test (and subsequent small intestinal biopsy) will not be accurate if you are not eating enough gluten. You'll need to go back to a gluten-containing diet for at least 6 weeks for any blood test to be valid. If you have an allergy to wheat or consuming any amount of gluten makes you very ill, please consult with a physician first.

What is the difference between the celiac disease screening and the celiac disease monitoring tests?

The celiac disease screening test is for those that are still eating gluten, designed to provide a scale of likelihood that someone has the disease. The celiac disease monitoring test, on the other hand, is for those already diagnosed with celiac disease who want to make sure their biomarker levels are declining into a normal range with a strict gluten-free diet. The monitoring test measures the effectiveness of a gluten-free diet based on your biomarkers trending down over a period of time¹².

What will my results tell me?

Your imaware™ celiac screening test results will tell you how likely you are to have celiac disease. A blood test is only the first step to diagnosis, but it will provide a clear indicator of likelihood. Results that indicate a high likelihood of having celiac disease can be used to engage with a gastroenterologist for an endoscopy and biopsy to confirm active celiac disease.

Who should take this test?

This test is ideal for anyone experiencing:

  • Regular digestive distress
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Fatigue
  • Itchy skin rash 
  • Unexplained anemia 

Anyone with a family history, specifically a first-degree relative with celiac disease, should be screened for celiac disease regularly since it increases your risk of having the disease.

Can my doctor use imaware results?

Yes. All of our tests are performed by CLIA-certified labs, the gold standard in lab testing quality regulation. Within your results report you will also find detailed information intended for your healthcare professional. They can use this information to interpret your test results clearly. To see an example of this, you can request a sample report at the top of this page.

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