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In Topic: Question About Iga

Yesterday, 06:53 PM

Gotcha. Thanks for that clarification.

In Topic: Question About Iga

29 August 2015 - 06:57 PM

Thanks you guys! 

This lab report says Endomesial IgA, reflex titer Endomysial Screen so I wondered if it meant I am IgA deficient even though I was not consuming gluten. Okay, so it actually means I was dietary compliant right?

In Topic: My Turn For Possible Dh

27 August 2015 - 08:10 AM

Well i can't think of anything else it could be. I don't think I've forgotten anything. If anyone else reads this & thinks of something they'll let us know. 


There's one way to find out. Quit the oats for a while & see what happens. Be sure to check ingredient labels for oats & oat fiber just like you do for wheat, barley & rye. If you improve you have your answer. If you don't then we can brainstorm it again.


I know, I like oats too. A bowl of oatmeal had always been one of my comfort foods. Oatmeal raisin cookies, oatmeal fudge. Sigh. Oh well.

In Topic: Here Is My Story, What's Yours?

25 August 2015 - 03:58 PM

I wouldn't go back to gluten for love nor money! I did get a dx after the fact but that is extremely rare for that to happen & it was based on symptoms & resolution. My hubs has never gotten an official dx & he would NEVER eat gluten again to get that official dx. BUT we don't have children that may need to be tested and getting testing for them is so much easier if a 1st degree relative has an official dx.


I can not answer about the family members as ours are pretty much all deceased now. If they weren't I would stick up for myself in no uncertain terms but that's just me & the way I am.

In Topic: Thyroid And Lupus Testing

25 August 2015 - 03:51 PM

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