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gluten-free Endoscopy Results after gluten-free 1+ years

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After being gluten free for quite a while and still not completely symptom free, my endoscopy showed increased intraepithelial lymphocytes but normal villi.  My igA was 5, igG was 2.  Is this a normal result for someone in in the healing stage (specifically the increased intraepithelial lymphocytes)?  Anyone else have this?

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Hi Plonkers,

I know there was a study on children that found a good number, say 20 percent didn't have completely healed guts after 18 months.

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