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    Yes, that is good. Healing is always a good thing. Did not know that in just as little as two weeks the body stops making antibodies. It's been well over a month for me. Will be posting here the results once the anti-endomysium test is done. Heard they are as accurate as the tTG but they last longer in the body.
    Have you checked to see if you have a hiatal hernia? Two days ago, I related in a long post here the saga of my "heart palpitations" which actually is in my case supraventricular tachycardia (SVT). I go on and on about it, but basically I think I'm concluding it happens after I eat and especially after I eat processed carbohydrates too quickly. Much more to it than that, but that...
    Sounds like you are healing.   That is good, right?     Being on the gluten free diet does impact the testing causing negatives.  The tests look for antibodies.  If you are not eating gluten (in as little as 2 weeks and you actually have celiac disease), You would not make antibodies specific to celiac disease.    The AGA tests have not been in use in the US for a while.  They are not as ac...