Sharon, I'm very sorry you are going through this. I can understand your frustration, as I am now being told that I may not have Crohn's 5 yrs after a Crohn's dx and after 13 years of suffering and it just came out of no where for a reason that I don't know. I never had a resection, though, so I'm sure you are much more frustrated than me. From what I'm learning on this site, many people do get wrong results from that test and I think that a lot of drs know that. Mine said I had UC with like 95% accuracy but I ended up with a Crohn's dx, which may now turn into an IBS dx. I would ask your dr. what he thinks of the results, as some may put more faith in them than others. Best of luck...it would be great to not have Crohn's, but horrible to know you went through all of that unnecessarily. And my biggest problem is that, if they decide my dx was wrong, I will get to go through 8 more yrs of testing like I did prior to my dx.
I had the exact same result as you from the same test. My GI apologized for making me spend the money on the test and said it is only 60% accurate. The pill cam came back all too clear that I have this DD.
Please do not allow this inaccurate test to shape your treatment or approach. Knowing what I know now, if a doc was going to tell me I did not have CD after what you went through, based on this crappy test, I would for sure get a new doc.
I am hoping you do not have CD< but unfortunately this test can not tell you that