Lindsay Anne

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  1. Hi Cycling Lady and Plumbago, Thanks for your responses. Plumbago, I read your past posts and that is exactly how I felt! So sorry you had to go through that. So the lab called me this afternoon with my genetic results. Two of the genes were HLA DQA1*05 and HLA DQB1*02. I've been reading about it and saw that these two genes combined gives me a high disposition towards being Celiac. The DQ2.5 allele. This makes me feel like I'm not crazy! So I'm not going to go through with the intestinal biopsy. I feel like this is good enough for me to know that gluten just doesn't treat me well, go back to eating gluten free and not cheat in any way in the future.
  2. Hi, I recently did a celiac disease panel and also did the genetic testing. I'll get the genetic test results tomorrow. But I'm unsure of what my other blood work means and need help. I got weak positives for Anti Tissue Transglutaminase Ab IgG and IgA. I got weak positives for Anti Gliadin Antibodies IgG and IgA. My Anti Endomysial Antibodies IgG were 1:40 of 1:40 titre My Anti Endomysial Antibodies IgA were 1:10 of 1:10 titre I have tingling feet and hands. I've suffered from rashes on my hands and sometimes elbows, knees and feet for years. I tested low for Vitamin D and iron levels. I just dealt with a bout of painful canker sores on my tongue and on my inner cheeks and lips. I am always bloated, have gas and have on and off constipation and loose stools. I also have dealt with high prolactin hormone levels for the past 4 years with no tumor. I recently saw research linking high prolactin levels and gluten. I've been taking dostinex for some time. I have also experienced infertility the past 2 years. Auto immune disease runs on both sides of my family. I am dragging ALL the time. I try to take care of myself, exercise, try to get good sleep...and feel I shouldn't be feeling this exhausted all the time. My husband and I cut gluten for 2 years and felt so much better. I have been eating lots of bread and products with gluten the past 3 months due to a cut in our budget. We both feel terrible. I have visited the GP, dermatologist, OBGYN, etc. I live outside of my home country and am frustrated dealing with doctors where I now live. I decided to take matters into my own hands by getting my own blood work done. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!