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nicoleashleee

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  1. Well thank you. According the the endoscopy report I have chronic gastritis and they only did a biopsy for Hpylori as far as I know.
  2. Here is an email from my doctor regarding the test: Your total IgA (Immunoglobulin) was a little low, it's indicative that your immune system isn't overly active. The other two values that are part of the Celiac panel were negative and those are the improtant ones to look for when trying to identify Celiac disease. We can discuss it further at your follow up as far as what it all means in regards to your symptoms. With these findings and also knowing you had a normal appearance of the small bowel tissue on EGD, it's very unlikely that you have Celiac disease.
  3. Immunoglobulin A, Qn, Serum: value, 65 reference range: 91-414 t-Transglutaminase (tTG) IgG: value, <2 Reference range: 0-5 t-Transglutaminase (tTG): value <2 reference range: 0-5 Deamidated Gliadin Abs, IgA: value 2units reference range 0-19 Deamidated Gliadin Abs, IgG: value 9units reference range 0-19 Okay. So. Here I am three months later still in pain. want to know the story? I start passing out at work. Abdominal pain. shaking chills sweating etc. EVERYTHING I EAT MAKES ME SICK. 9 ER VISITS. 5 CT scans. 3 ABDOMINAL XRAYS 1 ENDOSCOPY 2 ULTRA SOUNDS all normal. Except the HIDA scan, that was normal except for increased pain. So they removed my gallbladder. It went badly. Hospitalized for a week. They kept telling me to wait, not getting better. go to a specialist. says I have IBS, does full celiac panel everything is normal except my immunoglobulin A is 65 and normal range is 90-414 Is my low immunoglobulin a causing a false negative for celiac? i just can't take this anymore.