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Ttg/gliadin Antibody Levels

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So here is the break down from my blood test results

[indent=1]Deaminated Gliadin Abs, IgA: 50.8 U/mL (8-20-13); 9.4 U/mL (12-11-13)[/indent]
[indent=1]TTG IgA Antibody: 74.0 U/ml (8-20-13); 12.0 U/mL (12-11-13)[/indent]
Reference Range for both is <7 U/mL[/indent]

Interesting to see this decrease for both becuase in October I did 3 weeks of gluten challenge. I'm shocked my body is able to heal so well. I think I am lucky and caught this earlier than most. I have a Vitamin D deficiency.. less than 27 ng/L (30-100 ng/L reference range).

My CBC didn't show an anemia but I've been chronically anemic for as long as I can remember. I was never able to donate blood.

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Wow! That's a huge drop. Well done you :D 

I only know my ttg IgA levels (128u/ml, the negative range is <3) and I am already getting competitive with myself for my three month check in January. 


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I am competitive like that, too! I'm hoping your levels will be down in January!!!


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