since i was born i've always had all the typical syntomps of celiac disease, but never got a diagnosis. My doctor, as a kid, defined me a border line case. As i grew older and my diseases got worse i tried to obtain a diagnosis but all tests were negative; i finally realised i had an igA deficiency and i've been told that this may cause false-negatives. but all the tests or just the blood ones? (i did a biopsia which turned out to be negative but some people told me this is not a sure result either)Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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