Posted 23 October 2013 - 01:49 PM
The Immunoglobulin A and G tests are done to be sure you have enough IgA or IgG for the celiac antibody tests to be accurate. You seem to be deficient in both which means your celiac antibody tests that are in normal range could be incorrect.
This does not mean you have celiac disease - just that more investigation is needed.
I know it is very frustrating, but your next step is to speak with your doctor.
Don't remove gluten from your diet until you are certain testing is complete.
Hang in there...if anxious try to see if your appt can be moved up....Dr. google can be very helpful but not when you are unclear on what to research.
Undiagnosed Celiac Disease ~ 43 years
3/26/09 gluten-free - dignosed celiac - blood 3/3/09, biopsy 3/26/09, double DQ2 / single DQ8 positive
10/27/09 diagnosed fibromyalgia - supplemented with amino acids - improvement followed by substantial deterioration
maybe one good hour per day for ~17 months
8/10/11 - Elimination Diet for Autoimmune Disease - incredible improvement along with clear reactions to most high lectin foods
only remaining symptom - severe heat intolerance / reaction to heat, humidity and exercise
Tomato, Pepper, Potato, Peanut, Soy, Bean, Pea, Citrus, Pineapple, Avocado, Shellfish, Dairy, Grain, Nut and Seed FREE
3/1/12 - Horrible flare -- same ol' symptoms but worse ~ 7/1/12 - Endo: Active Celiac 3+ years - as gluten-free as humanly possible.
11/15/12 - Improving once again - Almonds back - Eggs gone
12/1/12 - Histamine containing and inducing foods FREE -- probable cause of my heat/exercise "allergy"...
...this was one of my earliest symptoms as a child -- the enzyme (DAO) needed to regulate histamine is created in the small intestine.
If you have read this far - hang in there - obtaining health with any AI is a marathon, not a sprint!
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