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Ok so here they are... 

 

So this was for the blood work for the serology and the genetic. Mind you they had me off of gluten for almost a month before doing my blood work. The did a endoscopy and diagnosed me and did blood work and now saw that I do not have it. So I was praying you guys could help me.

 

Deamidated Gliadin Peptide Antibody. lgc (OGP lgc) < O.4 Eutnt - . 4.9 EU/ml

Deamida€d Gliadin Pe ide Antibody, lgA {DGP l9A) tuti Human Tissue Transg lutam i.6e IgAELISA {TTc lgA)

Anti Endomysial l9A IFA (EMA lgA)

Total Serum lsA by Nepherohetry froTAL lgA)

r O Eu,tnl 0.4 U,lnl

< 0.i EU,'hl <10.3 U/ml

2zlo mg/.ll <. r.r.:.€ i4dr, rBy..c:4,iG n:saq >,3r.!cb!uh:

Celiac Risk Haplotype Not Oetected:

One allele (HLA DCAI*0201) of DQ2 2 haplotype d€tecl€d- HLA DO€1t02 nol d€1€c1ed.

Cateoorv t I DO Genoh/oe

1 I DO2- DO3- Extremely LOW

 
The the pathology report:
A. Duodenum (Biopsy): -Focal increase itr intra-epithelial lymphocytes with preserved villus
 
architecture (Marsh 1, s€e comment).
 
-Negative for dyspepsia or malignancy.
 
COMMENT: Prominent intra-cpithelial lymphocytcs may be non-specific but may also be associated with early onset or previously treated Celiac sprue. It may also be seen in association with gluten sensitivity enteropathy, H. pylori gastrointestinal, NSAIDs therapy, certain autoimmune diseases (e.g. autoimmune enteropathy, autoimmune gastritis, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis) and obesity. Clinical
 
pathologic correlation is recommended with serological studies.
 
B. Duodcnum, Bulb (Biopsy): -Focal increase in intrrepithelirl lJrmphocytcs with preserved vittous architecture (Marsh I, see comment),
 
-Negative for dyspepsia or malignancy.
 
DIAGNOSIS:
 
COMMENT: Promineht intra-epithelial lymphocytes may be non-specific but may also bc associN with early onset( or previously treated celiac sprue. It may also be seen in association with gluten
 
sensitive enteropathy, H, pylori gastroenteritis, NSAIDS therapy, certain autoimmune diseases (e.g. autoimmune enteropathy, autoimmune gastritis, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis) and obcsity. Clinical
 
pathological correlation is recommended with serological studies. C. Stomach, Antrum (Biopsy): -Chronic inactive gastritis.
 
-Negative for H. Pylori organisms.
 
-Negative for dyspepsia or malignancy.
 
D. Stomach, Body (Biopsy): -Chronic inactive gastritis.
 
-Negative for H. Pylori organisms.
 
-Negative for dyspepsia or malignancy.

 

Clioical History: Gastritis

Abdominal Pain

Personal History ofCI Bleed

R/O Barrett's

R/O Eosinophilic Esophagitis

R/O Celiac Disease R/O Proctitis

 

So obviously my doctor is a fool and tested my blood with no gluten in my system. My blood works says no and my endoscopy says yes. Not wanting to take more time off of work or go find another doctor to go through all the tests again. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE help!!!

 

 

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My biopsy results were exactly the same as yours, and my bloodwork was all normal - this was after a year of being gluten free. I was shocked that anything would show up! I went gluten free a year ago after learning I have HLA-Dq 2.5 and HLA-Dq 8. I don't expect to be able to get an accurate diagnosis at this point, but I sure would like to know what's making me feel sick at this point! I didn't have any GI symptoms until well after I gave up gluten - so ironic! I'm now going strict gluten free by separating stuff in my kitchen, buying new cutting boards, etc.

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