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Eliminating wheat products in diet will reduce my thyroid antibodies?will thyroid cells will regrow after attacked by antibodies?

Eliminating wheat products in diet will reduce my thyroid antibodies?will thyroid cells will regrow after attacked by antibodies?

I doubt it: Please forgive my frankness. If you have autoimmune thyroid disease, you've got a long-term medical problem that's not going to managed by trying to treat a lab value. Your life depends on replacing or suppressing your thyroid hormone levels. You do yourself a disservice by reading websites by anti-gluten militants. You're free to try but remember the levels fluctuate anyway. ...Read more

Antibody (Definition)

An antibody is a protein the body's immune system makes to identify potentially harmful substances in the body. Antibodies attach to the substance on a molecular level and mark it so the immune ...Read more


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Do elevated gliadin antibodies IgG and IgA mean gluten sensitivity?

Do elevated gliadin antibodies IgG and IgA mean gluten sensitivity?

TTG: I woul recommend having a ttg IgA antibody and possible duodenal bx , in doing so a diagnosis of celiac disease can be made. If if asymptomatic, there may be benefit from a gluten free diet especially if small bowel inflammation noted. ...Read more

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What exactly is an anti-streptococcal antibody titer?

What exactly is an anti-streptococcal antibody titer?

IgM or IgG anti stre: In general antibody titers are (blood or saliva or wherever the sample is )tests that measure the immunoglobulines associated to certain diseases (in this case streptococal)that indicate whether or not the body has developed defenses against. Igm elevated means a "recent" infection, IgG elevation means old or previous exposure. ...Read more

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What does it mean when thyroid peroxidase antibodies 50.2 IU/mL? Thyroglobulin antibodies 18.0 IU/mL?

What does it mean when thyroid peroxidase antibodies 50.2 IU/mL? 
Thyroglobulin antibodies 18.0 IU/mL?

Not much by itself: Thyroid antibodies are most helpful if you have a low free T4 and a high TSH indicating hypothyroidism which is most often due to autoimmune thyroid inflammation. If those tests are normal you need no treatment but your high antibodies suggest you have an increased risk of developing hypothyroidism somewhere down the road, but many people with antibodies never develop a thyroid problem. ...Read more

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What foods contain phospholipid?

Lots of Foods: One of the most common sources of phospholipids is lecithin, which appears naturally in foods like egg yolks, soy beans, milk, sunflower seeds, rapeseeds, wheat germ, and lightly cooked meats. Fatty foods and some vegetable oils also contain phospholipids. ...Read more

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What are thyroid peroxidase antibodies?

What are thyroid peroxidase antibodies?

Thyroid antibody: They are made by your own wbcs directed against peroxidase, an enzyme on the thyroid microsome. People with hashimoto's and graves' diseases may have + antibodies to the thyroid peroxidase. ...Read more

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Is the ingredients mention below suitable for pregnant woman 1) Collagen peptide 2) perilla seed extract 3) silk protein 4) soy isolfavone?

Is the ingredients mention below suitable for pregnant woman 1) Collagen peptide 2) perilla seed extract 3) silk protein 4) soy isolfavone?

Forget this stuff.: Take your prenatal vitamins, folic acid, calcium and Vit. D and nothing else. All of those products are poorly studied and there is very little responsible, independent testing to determine if they actually work or if they may have side effects, or harm fetuses. Also the companies have different ways of making up these pills. Save your money and spend it on plenty of fruits and veggies instead. ...Read more

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Atrial fibrillation, hashimotos, gluten sensitivity and autoantibodies for parietal cells + ATPase and Asialoganglioside autoantibodies. What is prob?

Atrial fibrillation, hashimotos, gluten sensitivity  and autoantibodies for parietal cells + ATPase and Asialoganglioside autoantibodies. What is prob?

A lot: You have at least two autoimmune disorders and potentially a couple more. This points to significant immune dysregulation. If you have joint symptoms also, consider consulting a rheumatologist as well. ...Read more

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My t3is 108.21 T4 is 10.80 n TSH is 5.43.Antinuclear antibodies is negative. Antithyroglobulin antibodies is <15.0.Peroxidase antibodies is h 100.30?

My t3is 108.21 T4 is 10.80 n TSH is 5.43.Antinuclear antibodies is negative. Antithyroglobulin antibodies is <15.0.Peroxidase antibodies is h 100.30?

Hashimoto's: Your labs showed that you have hashimoto's thyroid disease, an autoimmune thyroid disease that will cause hypothyroidism over time. You are currently subclinically hypothyroid but in light of the positive antibodies, you should talk to your doctor to get treated, especially since you are 24 and is at a reproductive age. Good luck, . ...Read more

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Does anyone have information on or personal experiences with antiphospholipid antibody syndrome?

Miscarriage: Apa, along with lupus anti-coagulant antibody, are two antibodies that attack the areas in the cell wall of growing tissue, especially the fast-growing placental tissue of an early pregnancy. These are newly-discovered causes for recurrent miscarriage, but also place the patient at higher risk for developing a blood clot, especially with hormone use, later in life. ...Read more

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Wehani rice and/or pumpkin seed oil as allergen?

Wehani rice and/or pumpkin seed oil as allergen?

Rice: Though uncommon, pumpkin and its derivatives can cause an allergy as can various types of rice. There is no reason to expect that the more aromatic wehani rice would be an exception. Rice allergy as a whole is rare. ...Read more

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What is the purpose of monoclonal antibodies?

What is the purpose of monoclonal antibodies?

Diagnosis and Rx: Monoclonal antibodies are used in many diagnostic tests. These are also used in the treatment of some tumors. However, monoclonal immunoglobulins in a person are markers of disease, especially multiple myeloma. ...Read more

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Is antithyroglobulin antibody test the same as thyroglobulin antibody test?

Is antithyroglobulin antibody test the same as thyroglobulin antibody test?

Yes: Both address presence of antibody to the rhyroglobulin molecule made by thyroid gland. See this site for more info. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003557.htm. ...Read more

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How do antibodies work in the immune system?

How do antibodies work in the immune system?

Complicated: Antibodies basically surround infectious organisms (usually bacteria) and help either neutralize them or lead to their destruction. ...Read more

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Husband works in health field had testing came back as having antibodies to herpes 1 what does that mean or me he has no signs of anything ?

Husband works in health field had testing came back as having antibodies to herpes 1 what does that mean or me he has no signs of anything ?

Past exposure: The vast majority of adults have IgG antibodies to Herpes 1. The odds are strong that you do as well. This just means that years ago, probably in childhood, he (like almost everyone) was exposed to that virus. He may (or may not) have gotten a cold sore. Most people with healthy immune systems keep it in in check & never get cold sores, but some do when under stress. If no symptoms not contagious. ...Read more

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