Well, I got my bloodwork back about a week ago and yep, I'm celiac.
Immunoglobulin A: 137 mg/dL.
Deamidated Gliadin Antibodies, IgA: 21 units
0-19 = negative
20-30 = weak positive
>30 = Moderate to strong positive
t-Transglutaminase IgA: 28 U/mL
0-3 = negative
4-10 = weak positive
>10 = positive
But I'm not new to the forums because my sister is Celiac and my parents are weak positives (the lab paperwork said tTG > 4 is weak positive). Mom and other sister are a 4 and dad is a 7 (and those numbers are from 2010; mom, dad and non-celiac sis are scheduled for another celiac test in 2015). So, here I am. I'm just now getting over the shock and denial...
I also got tested for thyroid function/antibodies...
TSH: 3.36 uIU/mL (some would say the reference range is outdated and that mine is a little high--what do you think?)
Free T4: 1.49 ng/dL
Free T3: 3.1 (this seems like a good number)
Reverse T3: 33.7 ng/dL (what does this mean?)
T4 (I'm guessing this is total): 10.7 ug/dL
Thyroid Peroxidase TPO: 10 IU/mL
Thyroglobulin Antibody: 177 IU/mL (yikes)