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if i have an elevated transglutaminase iga, hypothyroidism, and a mother with celiac disease. is the likelihood that i have celiac disease.?

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Dr. Danica Schulte
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Yes: I would consider an evaluation by a gastroenterologist to make a definitive diagnosis. Given your history of autoimmune disease, elevated ttg IgA and family history of celiac disease, the likelihood of you having celiac disease is very high.
Answered on May 28, 2016
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