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  1. Thank you! Since me and one of my daughters are already gluten free we'll just start him and see what happens. I appreciate your response
  2. Thank you! I'm so confused, this is why I didn't go into the medical profession! Anti endomysial, IgA Negative Anti Gliadin, IgA 10 (low 0 High 19) (<20 U negative, 20-30 U low positive, >30 U positive) Anti Gliadin, IgG 17 (low 0 High 19) (<20 U negative, 20-30 U low positive, >30 U positive) Anti tTransglutaminase, IgA 4 (low 0 High 19) (<20 U negative, 20-30 U low positive, >30 U positive) Anti tTransglutaminase, IgG Negative
  3. I've suspected my 9 year old has celiac since self diagnosing myself last year. He abruptly stopped growing around the time he started solid foods as a baby and we ran all the tests and spent a ton of time at Children's hospital doing sweat tests and getting bone scans and nothing came up. He began to follow a growth curve again but now at 9 he is just going into a size 7. I decided to have him tested for celiac and they have come back negative. I just don't understand the numbers. Can someone explain? Thank you! IgA 10 IgG 17 Anti tTransglutaminase 4