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    High iron levels? Usually, with Celiac Disease people get anemic if anything. When you speak of high iron levels are you referring to ferritin or hemoglobin?
    I have been have celiac related symptoms and my sister and aunt have celiac so that's why I was tested. They tested for deficiencies after the celiac panel was positive and that's when they found the vitamin a deficiency and high iron levels. 
    False positives are not common but do happen. Yes, if the endoscopy confirms the blood antibody test, you should go gluten-free immediately. It is common for Celiacs to have vitamin and mineral deficiencies, although most of the time the deficiencies are found in the B-complex spectrum. Are you experiencing symptoms appropriate to celiac disease or is the vitamin A deficiency what led to the blood...