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chrissid7

Here Are The Test Results

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Here are the names and results of the test. What I found interesting about this is when I asked for the copy the mood changed a little. My daughters pulmonologist is wonderful but i also thisnk that she didnt quite understand thae results either. She did tell me that she questions the hight IgG# and wasnt given a very good answer except "this child does not have celiac disease" Ive never met the poor guy and i dont like his attitude.

Here they are and the lab that did the test was Labcorp ( I was surprised)

AntiGliadin IgA 1 U/mL *

AntiGliadin IgG 26 U/ mL*H

Anti-Reticulin IgA Negative titer*

Anti-Reticulin IgG Negative titer*

tTG IgA 1U/ mL*

tTG IgA 1U/ mL*

EndomyAb IgA Negative

ImmunoA, Quant 79mg/dL*

Those are it I hope somebody can help me a lil to understand what is high. I will say that my pulmonologist was very adomint about begining the diet, she really seemed eager. I think she is still leaning toward the g-tube on sept 10. So I plan on starting immediatly.

Thank you all so much for you support and help!

Chrissi

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Do you have the ranges that the lab provided? Each lab has a slightly different normal range, and without seeing them I can't help you.

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Do you have the ranges that the lab provided? Each lab has a slightly different normal range, and without seeing them I can't help you.

I looked up the lab and the IgG is out of the reference range. This means welcome to the club!

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The positive IgG could indicate a wheat intolerance/allergy, and not Celiac.

from the FAQ on www.celiaccenter.org (Dr. Fasano is one of the leading Celiac pediatric physicians and researchers)

There is a particular series of blood tests called the

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I wish I did have the ranges but that was my thoughts exactly... the fact that she is 8 years old and has CF ( meaning she has had so many test run and this is the first time that a test of any kind has come back out of the range) tells me that even a little out of range is a problem. Her sweat test for Cystic Fibrosis was not a super high number but she has progression of the disease in a rapid way. I work very hard to make sure she is getting the vitamins, fat, calories that she needs and she gets sicker and sicker that tells me that something else is wrong .Apparently to some doctors it means more meds needed well Im sick of hearing that crap and I am standing my ground. We will begin the diet and My heart tells me that she can and will get better! I will refuse to let them put that tube in untill she has been on this diet for at 3 months. And maybe longer. I really appreciate you guys!

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Chriss, Please start out also dairy free & soy free... Please read up on dairy if you need to, but no one needs dairy, especially anyone that has an auto immune illness...

Stick to it & I bet you are going to see some great results, please keep us posted.

Oh & please please try to just feed whole foods & not get the gluten free goodies right away, maybe a little something for a treat... but not every meal, every day...

best for meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, nuts & eggs & maybe some white rice...

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