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Anti-Transglutaminase Iga

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I had my 05 year old daughter tested for IgA 3 months before, she was having problem with Diarrhea, her results came 72.8 U/ml above the normal. We started the gluten free diet and had no problem with diarrhea but i recently had her tested again for IgA, now her results are 82.8 U/ml, more than before, why is that ? What should i do ? Is this normal, that once you have elevated levels even with gluten free diet they remain elevated?

Pls. guide and advice.


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