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kekimba 04-29-2013 11:14 AM

Interpret Tests
 
Hi!
I got tested for celiac's but it doesn't really make sense to me.
t-transglutaminase IgG: <2 (0-5 negative)
immunoglobulin a, qn, serum: 320 (91-414)
t-transglutaminase IgA: <2 (0-3 negative)

I was cutting back on gluten foods at the time and only ate them rarely. That is supposed to effect results, right?

ladybud 04-29-2013 11:19 AM

Re: Interpret Tests
 
Yes, you may have gotten false negative results from eliminating gluten before having the tests done. You could resume gluten foods at normal levels and test again, but celiac disease is only a part of gluten sensitivity. You can be gluten sensitive without having celiac disease.


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