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Test results after one year

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Hi, I recently had a ttg blood test done, I was confirmed by biopsy a year ago , my previous test was over 100, it is now 15.5 , the guideline is 0-16 negative , 16-20 inconclusive  and 20 or above positive. Since going gluten free , I have also gone lactose free, the diet is working , I dont have bloating cramps etc and have gone from 11.4 stone to 11.7 stone, I thought that my results would of been a lot lower, but the dietician says the biggest tumble comes in the first few months , maybe my expectations were to high. When I had the biopsy last year I asked the endescopist where I was on a scale of mild to severe , she said out of ten around 5 to 6 , I was diagnosed at 51. I like to reasd and browse these forums so much good stuff on here , many thanks.

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Congratulations!  You seem to be doing well and I am so happy for you.  


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Your tests are in the negative range and that is great!  I don't think anyones ever go down to 0. Looks like you have a good handle on what you need to do to keep yourself safe.


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