My 7 year old was diagnosed with Celiac via blood test and biopsy over a year ago. At the time, when he was eating gluten, his IgA was normal, but the other two (TTG and something else that I can't remember now) were super high. Since going gluten-free, those two have returned to normal, but the last two blood tests show his IgA as being high now when it wasn't before. Is there another reason why this particular marker would change when it appears that his Celiac is under control with the other two negative results and no symptoms. He is pretty sensitive to gluten - usually gets sick within 24 hours of ingesting it -- and it doesn't have to be a lot to make him sick. So, I'm pretty sure there's nothing sneaky going on. What else might cause this? Any ideas?
lisachrystineMember Since 02 Jan 2013
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