Did the GI disregard the Promethus findings? If so, why does he not believe the results? I know that some consider the Promethus testing as "experimental". If he does, then why the heck did he order it?
Sorry to answer your question with more questions. It appears from what you posted that it is more likely that you have CD instead of UC. Then again, there may be other variables that negate the high anti-CBir1. I am not as well versed in this as I would like to be.
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