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Decrease In Antibodies Have Slowed

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Hi everyone! My 10 year old daughter was diagnosed in January 2014. Initially, her antibodies were 218 and we have strictly adhered to a gluten free diet.  In May, her antibodies were 107 and she was feeling remarkably better.  Her test results this week reported antibodies at 95.  Still am improvement, but not as much as I was expecting given the large first drop.  Is this common to experience a large drop, then slower improvement?  Overall, she feels okay, not entirely pain free and we are currently on a bowel maintenance program to deal with constipation issues.  Any input is appreciated.

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She may just be one of the unlucky ones who takes a (long) while to get back to normal.  In some in can take well over a year.  As long as you are sure she is gluten-free, and her numbers keep moving down, then I would just keep doing what you are doing.  :)

 

Hang in there.


Nicole 

"Acceptance is the key to happiness."

ITP - 1993

Celiac - June, 2012

Hypothyroid - August, 2012

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