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My daughter had a ttg of 160. Her dr was sure it was celiac, we did the biopsy to assess condition and see if there were any coexisting issues and the biopsy came back totally negative. I was under the impression false positives are very rare (especially when so high) - any idea what could be going on? She does not have diabetes. In the meantime we were told to have her continue eating gluten. (I have high faith in her dr that he performed the biopsy correctly based on his experience and reputation.) Very frustrating. Does anyone have any similar experiences or idea what could be causing a number that high if it's not celiac? Thx for any input 

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