Yes, I believe that is what my current doctor is doing, but I have to wait another week to see him. Hopefully it will go by fast because eating gluten all the time is making me feel pretty crappy. I have read on here that some doctors, and this includes mine feel that since the transglutaminase IGA is such an accurate test that most times some doctors do not even feel the need for an endoscopic biopsy procedure.
I think he is going to schedule me for the procedure anyways even though he feels that my moderate positive is accurate due to the lack of results from the other conditions that can cause a positive test, plus all of my common symptoms that point to celiac.
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