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  1. About a year and a half ago I went to the doctor with GI symptoms. She tested me for Celiac and it came back positive. TISSUE TRANSGLUTAMINASE IgG 1.03 Index <=0.90 Index Tissue transglutaminase IgA 1.39 Index <=0.90 Index Unfortunately she told me to stop eating gluten instead of sending me to a GI doctor. Once I finally got to a GI doctor I had been gluten free for about 3 months. We did a biopsy anyways and it came back negative but I was not eating gluten so that does not say much. About a year later we rechecked my labs to see if they had gone down on a gluten free diet. They had so the doctors thought it was Celiac. Tissue transglutaminase IgA 0.68 Index <=0.90 Index TISSUE TRANSGLUTAMINASE IgG 0.46 Index <=0.90 Index I am still having GI problems and nothing has made them better so last week the GI doctor ordered more labs and some of them were for Celiac. I thought I was still eating gluten free but one of the labs came back positive. Do you think this is because I am somehow eating gluten or do you think this is more indicative of another autoimmune disease? I find it weird that one is positive and the other is negative. COMPONENT YOUR VALUE STANDARD RANGE TISSUE TRANSGLUTAMINASE IGA (U/ML) 15.9 U/mL <=14.9 U/mL DEAMIDATED GLIADIN PEPTIDE IGA, QUALITATIVE, EIA 3.8 U/mL <=14.9 U/mL
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