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So Am I Definitely Negative?

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I got my blood work back:

T-Transglutaminase IgA 3.60 Reference Range: 0.00-15.00

T-Transglutaminase IgG 6.01 RR:0.00-15.00

Deamidated Gliaden AB IGG 3 RR:<20

Deamidated Gliadin AB IGA 8 RR:<20

IGA Immunoglobulin 339 RR:68-388

It looks like I'm normal? Well, my blood work, anyway. :rolleyes:

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I got my blood work back:

T-Transglutaminase IgA 3.60 Reference Range: 0.00-15.00

T-Transglutaminase IgG 6.01 RR:0.00-15.00

Deamidated Gliaden AB IGG 3 RR:<20

Deamidated Gliadin AB IGA 8 RR:<20

IGA Immunoglobulin 339 RR:68-388

It looks like I'm normal? Well, my blood work, anyway. :rolleyes:

Yes, your blood work is normal, but you may still have gluten issues. Try going gluten free for a month or two and see how you feel. You might be pleasantly suprised!

Remember, you don't need a doctor to tell you that you have a problem with gluten. Your body will tell you that all by itself! ;)

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False negatives are not uncommon. If you are done with all celiac related testing do a good couple months strict trial of the diet and see if it helps.

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Yes, you're negative for celiac. You can still be gluten intolerant so trust your body if it seems to make you sick. :)

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My blood work came back in the normal range too. My Dx was done from an endoscope biopsy. I was told that is not unusual.

Try the gluten-free diet..very strictly adhered to and see how you feel?

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