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  1. That’s a really interesting read, thank you for posting it. I feel in limbo right now as haven’t heard anything at all and still eating normally, I’m not expecting to hear for a while, I’ll keep you posted of the journey thank you for all the help this site has given me. It’s been amazing
  2. Thanks Scott.... I’ve spoken to my mum and she recommended I get a genetic test, don’t think there’s any point wasting money on one for me now but I’m definitely going to try and find one for her because out of anyone she is the one who I would of said is celiac..... it’s funny because she said she only started having problems in her 50s , I’m still going over my bloods worrying that That they mean something else, the only thing I found that could mean something else is liver disease but my liver function came back normal. I’m obviously thinking far too much about this right now 😊.
  3. Wow, thank you both for all of that information 😊 mmm I wonder if they will bother as both are positive, I can’t lie I feel like I’m a bit of a fraud As I have no symptoms that would suggest celiac at all..... apart from my bloods I suppose. I’m putting the jigsaw together slowly, my mum is almost completely gluten-free as she suffers terribly with foods and my daughter does have some symptoms when she eats bread, we’re just have to wait and see now I suppose I will keep you updated of my progress etc and once again thank you for all the information, it’s been a massive help 😊
  4. Wow, thank you both for all of that information 😊 mmm I wonder if they will bother as both are positive, I can’t lie I feel like I’m a bit of a fraud As I have no symptoms that would suggest celiac at all..... apart from my bloods I suppose. I’m putting the jigsaw together slowly, my mum is almost completely gluten-free as she suffers terribly with foods and my daughter does have some symptoms when she eats bread, we’re just have to wait and see now I suppose I will keep you updated of my progress etc and once again thank you for all the information, it’s been a massive help 😊
  5. Thanks Scott, I really appreciate you replying to me..... I’m a bit out of my depth with this. i do have a couple more questions if possible please...... could those test results mean something else is wrong and what would the usual steps taken when my appointment comes through with the specialist clinic. oh and one more.... I’m freaking out about the extent of damage I could of done as I had no symptoms, I’m 50 years old but consider myself a young 50 😊 thank you for helping me with all of this.
  6. Thank you for replying. I have my blood results so here goes..... my anti tissue antibody was 4.26, the normal range is 0.8 -4.00, so only over a tiny bit. They then tested my serum endomysium antibodies, this said positive and the interpretation on the results says “highly suggestive of celiac disease “ i don’t have the crippling symptoms that most people have, I’m always tired and could sleep all day if I could but that could mean my anemia.... oh which I’m not right now 😊 first time since 1999, my b12 and liver function is all normal , it’s like Pandora’s box has been opened now
  7. Good evening...... I’m new here so bear with me 😊 I am historically anemic and went to my doctors for a blood test recently, to my surprise my doctor sent my blood to be tested for celiac, I have no obvious symptoms, luckily, however to my surprise my tga were just a bit above average, I suppose as they were abnormal they went on to test the next step, sorry I can’t remember what it was, however this came back positive, With a highly suggestive result of celiac disease. I’m very shocked as like I said I would never of said I was celiac. anyway I’m going on... I’ve been referred to a s
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