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Member Since 19 May 2006
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In Topic: Help With Test Results

28 December 2011 - 01:04 PM

Hm. Are you sure no other tests were run? Do you have a full copy of your chart? If not, now would be a good time to get one and look it over. Remember to ask for the archives, too. The copy fee is worth it! You can also call the labs that ran your tests and often they will have records of your tests from the last ten years or so.

Ok. Obviously that is not the correct test. I have a copy of all of my health records from that time but I will have to look again...


In Topic: Help With Test Results

28 December 2011 - 05:02 AM

What were your original numbers? I agree with mushroom that high numbers could indicate you are still getting gluten, especially on the DGP which is specific to celiac. High tTG numbers with a totally gluten-free diet could indicate other autoimmune issues like Type 1 Diabetes, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis or autoimmune liver conditions. In your shoes, I'd start with looking for hidden gluten before jumping to conclusions, unless you have symptoms that point you in that direction.

Big thanks to you both for your responses.

I don't understand my original numbers at all. It does not appear to be the same kind of test. It appears I was given an ANTI-TPO IGG and my number was 730.5 which is flagged "A". The reference range is <20 IU/ml Negative, 20-29.9 IU/ml Equivocal, >-30 IU/ml Positive)

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