Interpretation of Results Required, Coeliac & Immunoglobulins


Earlier on last year I had the following tests:

Prot Electrophoresis Polyclonal increase IgA

Immunoglobulin G level (XE259) 11.0 g/L (5.0 - 15.0)

Immunoglobulin A level (XE25B) 3.91 g/L (0.8 - 2.8) Above High Reference Limit

Immunoglobulin M level (XE25A) 0.37 g/L(0.5 - 2.0) Below Low reference limit

Tissue transglutaminase IgA level (XaJg2)

0.5 u/mL (0.0 - 4.0)

Tissue Transglutaminase Ab (IgA)

False negative results in coeliac disease may occur if the patient is on a gluten free diet or is IgA deficient. This test identifies the majority of IgA deficient patients but if there is a strong suspicion of deficiency then please request an IgA measurement.

Would be grateful if someone could interpret my results please and how significant these results are. Many thanks

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  • If you dont get any positive answers from this site you might want to try the healthunlocked coeliac site.

    Moggie x

  • Thanks Moggie, sorry I was unaware of the Coeliac site.

  • No need to be sorry - coeliac and thyroid illness do tend to cross over so someone on here might well be able to answer you but I thought I would just point you in an alternative direction just in case and also because I have heard good reports about the site as well.

    Moggie x

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