Definitely Hashi's! But inconclusive on the celiac disease test. The IgA result, in the case of CD, is just used as a control test. It can help tell if the TTG IgA test worked. But the TTG is not the only celiac test. It is a common screening test. Consider getting the rest of the panel.
I have not been able to find out why I never have had a positive on the TTG, even on follow-up tests (so it was not a fluke). This happens to the very young or the very old. I suspect that it has to do with autoimmune issues or just my genetic makeup.
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You must be on a gluten diet for any celiac disease testing to be accurate.
I hope you get on thyroid replacement ASAP. Your TSH is high!
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