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About bgraham

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  1. My 19 yr old daughter, Molly, has been gluten-free (though my guess is imperfectly) for 9 months. She was/is asymptomatic, but both myself and my other daughter had symptoms, were diagnosed and are on gluten-free diets. Molly was tested (antibodies and genetic markers) and biopsied and the Dr felt she has celiac (though I think all the results were not conclusive). She clearly *may* have the disease. Her GP did blood work recently as part of her annual physical. Results from BN Labcorp Burlington, NC Antigliadin Abs, IgA: negative Antigliadin Abs, IgG: 32 H (Mod to high pos) t_Transglutinase (tTG) IgA: negative Could I get help interpretting those results, specifically in term of current gluten in her diet. Thanks, Brenda