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  1. Found this: Antigliadin antibodies (AGA) mark celiac disease, but AGA are also encountered in IgA-nephritis, psoriasis, sickle-cell anemia, hepatic disorders, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune thyroidism and in persons who occupationally contact great amounts of wheat. AGA IgA and/or IgG...
  2. It's a really good question. It can be elevated in people with MS, rheumatoid arthritis, gluten related neurologic disease, psoriasis, Sjogrens, SLE, thyroid disease, Down Syndrome, schizophrenia and more. And they say in 10-15% of 'normals' (although I have to question the definition for normal...
  3. Hi~ I had urgency, frequency, occasional incontinence, stabbing pain, a feeling of swollen/ numbness... never an infection... my doctor thought I was a nutcase who just liked personal exams ~ but it turned out related to a B12 deficiency...so check that out! Or just take 1000mcg of B12 daily...
  4. Hi, I am a regular at Braintalk gluten sensitivity/celiac forum where we had several members there say they enjoyed an improvement of their high blood pressure....some able to reduce or come off medication. I'd point you to the thread...but its gone! The forum crashed big time. jcc