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In my country celiac disease is not so known and doctors dont know to much about that disease.

This is my analysis results:

negative anti gliadin IgA and very high positive IgG

positive Tissue Transglutaminase IgG

Can anyone tell me is that good or bad ?

On analysis before this everything where positive, so any progress since then?

Thanks.

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Without knowing the actual numbers on your tests it is hard to tell if you are making any progress. Also, how long ago was your first round of testing. If your numbers are not dropping at all you are not making any progress, although interesting that the IgA was now negative. You could be a low IgA producer - you don't mention if total IgA was run.

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Here are my latest results:

date of analysis: Jul 5

Anti gliadin IgA :1.21 U/ml

Anti Gliadin IgG : 22.76 U/ml

Tissue Transglutaminase IgG: 3.56 U/ml

My first results:

date of analysis:March 26

Anti gliadin IgA :7.78 U/ml

Anti Gliadin IgG : 39.59 U/ml

Tissue Transglutaminase IgG: 3.39 U/ml

After these first results, gastroscopy results confirmed that I have celiac disease. I started with gluten-free diet from 27 April. Do these results show progress according to my diet?

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I'm not an expert, but they look like they are coming down. It can take longer than 2 months for them to go back to normal.

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It is normal to do this kind of check after six months and a year. People heal at different rates and a three-month check doesn't really mean a lot. Many of us have barely begun to heal at that point.

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Hi, at 50 yrs old I just got diagnosed after 45 yrs of symptoms. So I was happy to at least get the diagnosis. I was tested in Oct 2012 while still eating some gluten.

My IgA was 474

I have been gluten free for 3 months. Have been also drinking an  intestinal healing powder for celiacs and also taking lots of Bio K liquid probiotics as I also have a candida issue on top of the celiacs.

Other than the celiacs and candida, I am a health nut except for my sweet tooth. I juice,eat sardines,taking vitamin,E,A,D and zinc.The rashes (chicken pox like)  that have ravaged  my scalp and buttocks for 35 years are both almost gone after going gluten free the last three months so imagine my horror to see this result on Mondays IgA test on my celiacs panel.

My IgA  is now 519 !!!!! should I be dead ? I see everyone else with numbers below 130. and I'm getting scared. I do believe my current Dr is a moron though. she knows very little about eliacs and look s at me like she thinks I am lying about all the symptoms I have had. I want a new Dr in the Denver area. I saw on this site there was a Celiacs Dr nearby so Halleluyah !!! Thanks for posting that !

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