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did you have both the 0201 and the 0302 beta chain and the halv DQ2 (05*) alpha that belogns to the 0201 beta positive? Otherwise the results give no meaning, as one has only two beta chains and two alpha chains.
"there were three HLA things -Dq2, DQ5, & Dq8 and a fourth whole celiac item" The DQ5 would have been 0101in alpha and 0501in beta
But of course you could have SIBO that mimicks celiac
By the way, the tissue trasnglutaminase-3 is the antibody involved with DH. (celiac in the skin)
(and the ttg-6 is for antibodies in the CNS)
Those cross react sometimes a bit with the ordinary celiac test Ttg-2, sometimes not.
By they way, do you have DH?
The diagnosis is via skin biopsy of healthy skin while you still eat gluten
According to finnish research, many old people get diagnosed with celiac, and people get celiac even though they are not young children all the time.
They found 3% of the tested old people to be positive with the Ttg test when testing a lot of old people.