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sonja69

Igg & Ige Tests - How Reliable?

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hi all!

my test results are back. i made a big food antibody assessment test (IgG) with approx. 100 foods, it is so disappointing.

tuna is 'low' (+1) --> okay, I get reflux from that so i eat it only occasionally

cane sugar, celery, millet, sole, cantalupe, cherry, mung bean, spinach, carrot, mais gluten, peanut, watermelon, cashew, filbert, rice, and zucchini are 'very low'.

from these foods, i only east cashews, rice, mais gluten, and probably sugar very often, but not every day. i do not know, if the sugar i use is cane sugar or not and i do not know what to do with the term 'mais gluten'. what is this? i know its in the 'glutenfree' cat food (royal canin dry foods) and will be in some gluten-free-bread, which i do not eat every day.

then i had some IgE reaction against timothy grass and cockroach (??), although i cannot tell that i ever seen a cockroach in my life (except on TV).

the total IgE is very high, but there are no comments about that in the report. what should i do with this information?? another antibody test against food at the doctor?

with the report, there came a rotation diet plan, but all foods who indicated reaction (although very low), i do not eat every day, and celery, carot, cantalupe, filbert, watermelon, cherry, mungo bean, i eat probably 3-4 times a year.

this test was so expensive and i am not smarter after that. no indications of dairy, gluten, soy or other main trouble foods..... every damned test is negative!!!!

i have been in germany over easter and now i recognize that i am so busy there that i do not eat that amount of food which I eat here. but it's the same food basically, but i am feeling better there at least physically, since i got a lot of problems emotionally since my marriage is falling apart.

now i am back to sweden and the same old poop: bloated, gurgling, gassy.

now i learned that timothy grass is real grass, graminae, and that gluten-cereals and gluten-free cereals belongs to the family. better avoid that now, although it's hard, since quinoa and buckwheat seems the only options left. better it's with the other foods which where indicated by IgG, i do not have troubles to avoid them.

but still i do not know what to do...has anyone some ideas how to proceed now?

[i had lactoseintolerance test twice - negativ, gluten antibody panel and biopsy negative (but i am glutenfree)]

best wishes and thanx!

Sonja

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