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I had an IgA/IgB test quite awhile ago and I decided to look at it recently. My IgA was <3 and IgB was 6. I was just wondering how numbers with those antigliadins usually turn up in blood tests, like for example should they be around the same numbers or is there a possiblity that I may be IgA deficient? I don't know how it works. I know my test was negative but I was just wondering how the numbers work.

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What were your exact tests?

Did they test total IgA? Is that the number you are referring to?

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What were your exact tests?

Did they test total IgA? Is that the number you are referring to?

The test is called Antigliadin Antibody Panel. They tested IgA which was <3 U/mL. Then they tested IGG (haha before I referred to it as IgB....oops) which was 6 U/mL. Both of these were put on a scale of

<11 Negative

11-17 equivocal

17> Positive

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My tests were like yours. Showing antibodies but not enough for a dx. I have "low" IgA but still within range. They should always test "total" IgA with Celiac panels and I dont know why they dont.

Regardless of my numbers, I have had a POS response to the diet. :)

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My tests were like yours. Showing antibodies but not enough for a dx. I have "low" IgA but still within range. They should always test "total" IgA with Celiac panels and I dont know why they dont.

Regardless of my numbers, I have had a POS response to the diet. :)

Thank you for your responses!

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I'm sorry to cut in on this thread, but I have a similar question.

This were my test results

Gliadin IgG Antibodies <10 U/ml

Gliadin IgG Antibodies <5 U/ml

tTg IgA Auto = 62.5 U/ml

tTg IgG Auto < 6 U/ml

I'm confused...I've heard you can have false positives with tTg-IgA but 62.5 seems a bit high for a false positive...any thoughts?

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Please excuse my ignorance. I am completely new to all this and am desperately trying to find what is a wrong with my GI issues (which are daily). I am just not buying the IBS thing, everything I eat it seems to effect me, which is mostly wheat related items because with a minor weak heart (cardiomyopathy) I thought and perhaps I am if glutent isn't the prblem) eating healthy.

So my question is this, is my blood work a complete Celiac Disease Panel? And does the number 3 on the tTC IGA mean low (deficiency) or normal?

TTG IGA < 3

GLIADIN IGG < 3

thanks!

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My Results: I believe read a false Negative!!

Endomysial IGA antibodies <1:10

Glaiadin Antibodies IgA 1

Gladin Antibodies IgG 2

My test results did not read positive at all, But after going on the gluten free diet, I was Pretty much symptom free. I still make a mistake here and there, manily this month I eat fruit loops and made a mistake twice with organic food thinking it was gluten free, But this month I

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