They didn't. The labs were run two and a half weeks ago and before I got confirmation on here that it should be done despite my drs saying otherwise. I was glutened the week prior anyway so it would've been high regardless. It's all very frustrating. So I guess I'll wait five or six months and go back and demand it vs asking about it.
Did they run a DGP IGA? While your DGP can take over a year to come down, I still think you should be getting tested every six months until you see a downward trend. I am not making that up. Google it.
My DGP was off the charts when I was glutened last summer. My symtoms were severe, yet at diagnosis, I just had anemia. It took six months for all symptoms to completely resolve (rashes and hives took the longest and three month to regain dairy). What I am saying is that symptoms for celiac disease can change.
Long pause because I wanted my latest lab results and they took forever. Cortisol, ACTH, estadiol, vitamin a and whatever else were all fine. They are retesting my thyroid in four weeks. I definitely bought the wrong product and glutened myself a few weeks back so I guess that has to wait which really irritates me. My gliadin iga ab was greater than 100 almost two yrs ago at diagnosis so I guess sometime next yr I'll redo that and hope it's down :-/. Trying to do all the right things and get bad information from doctors. Thanks for all the info you've shared and helped me with. I've had lab work every month since May and will next month for the thyroid again. Sigh.
Congrats on your symptoms going away. I did seem to have reactions to rice for a while after going gluten-free. But after some years on the gluten-free diet I can eat it again. So reactions can change over time.
I was searching for an article on gluten in common store products, but didn't find it. There was a group that did testing on some common grocery products like beans, rice, corn etc that we would normally consider to be gluten-free naturally. But they found some level of gluten in some of them. So it's not impossible to pick up something off the shelf that ought to be naturally gluten-free and find it is contaminated. That may have happened with the rice you ate. A quick rinse of water before using the rice might help.