I just returned from an appointment with my GI. She said I am negative for celiac, however, the copy of the test results I received said "supports a diagnosis of celiac." I am obviously confused. I went back to ask her why she said it was negative, and she didn't have time for me. Suffice to say, I won't be going back. But I do have these results and I'd like your opinion on how to interpret them.
(normal range in parenthesis according to paperwork)
Deamidated Gliadin Peptide Antibody - IgG - 43.0 EU (<4.9 EU)
Deamidated Giagin Peptide Antibody IgA - 9.3 EU (<6.1 EU)
Anti-hunman tissue transglutaminase igA - 75.0 EU (<10.3)
Anti-endomysial igA IFA - positive (range, negative)
total serum iGA by Nephelometry, total igA - 129 (<3 years, 8-220, 3-13 years 41-395, >13, 44-441)
One ellele HLA DqA1*05 of Dq2.5 detected, HLA DQB81*02 not detected.
Celiac risk haplotype not detected
I suspect because I do not test positive for the gene, she said I was negative for celiac? Any opinions? Would really appreciate any help!
For some reference, I blood test positive for a wheat allergy and I've been avoiding gluten for almost three weeks because I suspet celiac.