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So a couple years ago I was tested for celiac...

Ttg IgG/IgA were all negative

DGA IgG/IgA were all negative

AGA IgG: Positive

AGA IgA Negative

HLADQB1*02 Negative

HLADQB1*03:02 Negative

HLADQA1*05 Positive

Biopsies have all been negative.

I suffer from Hashimoto's thyroiditis and I just feel miserable with all the body aches and brain fog. My son was born back in July and I'm just so tired of not feeling well and I really want to finally feel good and enjoy life to the fullest.  I'm thinking of asking for my labs to be repeated again and see.  I'm just wondering if it is possible for me to still have celiac or if I'm just looking for something that just isn't there because I'm desperate for answers...

Appreciate any input!!

Thank you

 

 

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Your previous positive test what was the result and the lab range?  Low positives can be the result of other issues but it that result was a high positive you should have had a scope done.  Do go ahead and get the panels rerun. Celiac can appear at any time and for women the trigger can often be childbirth.

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14 minutes ago, ravenwoodglass said:

Your previous positive test what was the result and the lab range?  Low positives can be the result of other issues but it that result was a high positive you should have had a scope done.  Do go ahead and get the panels rerun. Celiac can appear at any time and for women the trigger can often be childbirth.

My result for Anti-Gliadin IgG was 3.59IV and anything greater than 0.90 is considered positive.  I did have a biopsy done and it was negative at the time. 

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The doctor did just order a celiac panel again for me.  Back in September I had some slightly enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes that were found in a CAT scan that he he said were non-specific but I asked if I should be retested and he didn't hesitate to reorder so we'll see...

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