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  1. My kids did not have a positive blood test but I am a celiac and they had symptoms so they are now all gluten-free. Symptoms...
  2. Those can be symptoms of celiac disease. No doubt about that. The numbness is neuropathy, which occurs in some celiacs...
  3. Sounds like an interesting idea. I hope they develop it.
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    ANA tests - different results

    I have had elevated ANA in the past and then other times it is negative. No idea why. ANA is a titre test so that...
  5. Double check which celiac tests were done. Because you are IgA deficient (5% of celiacs are) all of your IgA based celiac...
  6. My first symptoms started in early childhood. Some symptoms waxed and waned and some just got worse once they developed...
  7. They may be mild symptoms, but those are symptoms of celiac disease. In fact, anemia is now thought to be the most common...
  8. Ditto. That's a low IgA, more commonly found among celiacs, so make sure the doctor uses IgG basaed tests (DGP IgG,...
  9. Did you get all the tests done? This report goes through them all: http://www.worldgastroenterology.org/guidelines/global...
  10. I would guess that he does in fact have celiac disease. That is WAY too many coincidences. Plus the tTG IgA is quite...
  11. Welcome to the board Do you know what test your daughter had positive? Low IgA is not a test for celiac but it...
  12. nvsmom

    Yes, another newbie here!

    Welcome to the board. I agree that getting the blood tests done might be a good idea before you have been off gluten...
  13. Congrats things are going so well.
  14. Immunoglobulin A is not a celiac test. It is a control test to see if you are low in IgA because low IgA is much more...
  15. I agree that you have celiac disease. Without a doubt. IMO, you could take or leave the biopsy. Biopsies do...
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