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 HAPPY DOG SUZ - Sun Jan 02, 2005 4:49 pm

8) Aloha,
I had a celiac blood panel test done 3 months ago
the results were IgA 51.2 and IgG 12.3 before going gluten free
I went gluten free for the next 3 months then was re- tested
the results of the next test were Iga 56.1 and IgG 4.3
my Iga has gone up and my IgG has gone down ! can you please tell me what this might
mean? my Doctor faxed me my results w/no info. He said before he know nothing about this disease. Thank You Suzanne
 Dr. Russell M - Sun Jan 16, 2005 1:42 am

User avatar Hi!

I don't have the values offhand, but have you checked with your labs as to their normal values?

 HAPPY DOG SUZ - Sun Jan 16, 2005 12:10 pm

8) Aloha,
Thank you for replying! The Lab normals are 0-20 normal and 0-30 normal.
Thanks, Happy Dog


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