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Tissue Transglutaminase Iga Ig G Test Results
Anti-transglutaminas: Antibodies that bind to transglutaminase could indicate the presence of celiac disease. This is a sugggestive test only. Negative testing does not definitively rule-out celiac dz and positive testing does not confirm the diagnosis. An intestinal biopsy would be the most helpful test. ...Read more
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Tissue transglutaminase IgA resulted in 2.26. Igg resulted in. 47. Does that necessarily mean I have celiac disease?
Looked normal: Iga ttg below 19 u is considered normal. Unless you had an IgA deficiency, I wonder why igg ttg was ordered? If you indeed had an IgA deficiency, then even the slightly positive igg titer would warrant hla genetic testing. If the figures provided were in units, then you do not have celiac disease. ...Read more
My TISSUE TRANSGLUTAMINASE IGA is <1.23 U/mL, range is <=3.99 U/mL and my IGA is 114 mg/dL range is 70 - 400 mg/dL, what does this indicate?
Why were these tests done? Do you have any symptoms? All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, it is unlikely that you have Celiac disease/gluten intolerance.
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Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Celiac disease: Since 1997, tissue transglutaminase has been recognized to be the autoantigen pathophysiologically recognized by the immune system that leads to celiac disease. Testing IgA antibodies to ttg is a diagnostic marker that for diagnosing celiac disease that is pretty reliable and relatively inexpensive. There can be false pos and false neg, though. ...Read more
Could this be celiac? Blood work was tissue transglutaminase iga auto antibodies 5 units, tsh cascade 2.5, gastrin level 17. Endoscopy showed grade 2 esophagitis, erosion in the antrum, congestion and edema in the second part of the duodenum and a 5-
My age 25 years and my test result of anti transglutaminase-IgA = 3.00 U/ml and anti transglutaminase-IgG =5.07 U/ml what it means? ?
Means nothing: Without the clinical context. The doctor who ordered the test for yourself is the best to explain, those are tests done looking for a certain diagnosis on the basis of history and physical examination. At any rate, numbers aren't alarming ...Read more
My daughter age 3y10m her weight is 8 kg and her test result of anti transglutaminase-IgA = 2.45 U/ml and anti transglutaminase-IgG =31.79 U/ml is she normal or not??
Should see your doc.: The tTG-IgA is in normal range, but IgG is elevated. This likely represents POSITIVE result SUGGESTING Celiac disease. However, a biopsy is needed to confirm the diagnosis. Because IgA is normal while IgG is high, this suggests possible IgA deficiency, which is more common in people with Celiac Disease. Either way, you should talk to your doc about the results as she may need further tests. ...Read more
My 13y/o daughter has type 1 diabetes. She recently had blood work and her tissue transglutaminase antibody IgA came back high at 39, why is this?
Celiac sprue screen: People with type I diabetes are at extra risk for some of the other autoimmune diseases including gluten enteropathy. What her physician will do this this information remains to be seen -- your daughter's old enough to talk and participate in any decisions such as a possible trial of a gluten-free diet. ...Read more
Got a test result of 27.9 u/ml IgA and 60.4 u/ml. Igg or tissue transglutamanise. Went on a g.F. Diet but still wonder if I have celiacs disease?
Can coming down with a cold around the time of an ttg IgA test screw up the test results? . My results were IgA =78 and igg= 94. Positive for Celiacs.
No: Coming down with cold wouldn't affect the IgA nor the IgG levels ...Read more
How accurate are negative herpes blood IgG test results after 3 months? My obgyn said I should be fine but I want to make sure I really am negative
Herpes Testing: Your OB is 90% right. You can, if you worry get the igm test and that would be likely to be 100 right at this point. ...Read more
How accurate are negative herpes blood IgG test results after 3 months? My obgyn said I should be fine but I want to make sure I really am negative.
Herpes simplex: It would be surprising to see many people negative for herpes serology in this day and age. If it is, great. But even if it were positive that is no guarantee that you will ever get active lesions. Despite their absence, however, if you do have herpes in your body you may excrete the virus and infect others. Good luck. This is complicated. ...Read more
Herpes test done. Herpes IgG test results. Hsv1. 5.6. Hsv2 <.90. So do I need to be worried about hsv1? No symptoms ever. Help?
IGG= past exposure: Most adults are seropositive for hsv1, or oral herpes, "cold sores". It is transmissible so take precautions, especially if you ever get an outbreak of "cold sores". ...Read more
My 2 weeks old girl has Cong. Bila. Cataract. TORCH igg test results: Rubela and CMV positive, HSV and TOX Neg. TORCH igm : neg. Is this the reason?
21 yr-old had 8 months of upper respiratory and urinary symptoms, felt caused by infections, and may have immune system disorder on test results.....?
No: No it should not.Get a more detailed answer ›
My serum test is negative for endomysial antibody iga, ttg tissue transglutasminase iga, gliadin antibody igg. But positive for gliadin antibody iga?
I had a herpes 6 - IgG test done and my results said it was high I was just wondering what this means and what the test is for? I was 15 when tested
Rash with fever:
Virtually 100% of us get infected with these viruses and they may cause a rash. See this site for more info.
http://wwwnc. Cdc. Gov/eid/article/5/3/99-0306_article ...Read more
What does it mean when I have an index value of 20.9 for a herpes i, ii, and IgG test? Lab results
Old infection: I do not know the reference value of the lab that did the test but I assume this is higher than normal and is interpreted as reactive. It means at one point in your life, you have been exposed to both varieties of hepres -i generally responsible for 'cold sores' and ii, generally responsible for genital lesions. However with diverse sexual practicess, they are becoming more interchangeable. ...Read more
Depends: Different labs have different levels of what "normal" is. In the lab I use, this value of 6 would be normal. ...Read more
I'm currently 25 years old. My rubella-igg test result is 390mm/iu. What does it mean, what should I do?
Nothing: Your rubella titer is positive...Indicating you have immunity to rubella and that is a good thing. ...Read more
I had a Herpes-6 IgG test done and normal is less than 1:80 titer but my result was exactly 1:80 titer. Significance? I was 15 when the test was done.
I'm gettin an IgG test done tommorow to see if I have been exposed to herpes. The only outbreak I had was 2 years ago. How long will the results take to come? Is it reliable?
Depends: The rubella blood test is checking to see if you are immune to the rubella virus. Rubella, also known as german measles, can cause problems for the baby if the mom gets it while pregnant. If igg is positive then she is immune and she doesn't need to worry about german measles. If negative she needs to avoid sick people with rash, and get immunized after delivery. ...Read more
Will recent HFM disease affect the result of hsv 2 igg test? Recently I got 2.7 in the test but I did not have high risk sexual behaviours.
No: If you have ever been exposed to HSV2 your body will mount a response. This response is what we look for in the blood test. HSV 2 does not cause symptoms in 90% of those who have it. STD's do not discriminate and are always possible, so testing before the onset of activity with a new partner is a MUST! Anyone, regardless of high risk behavior or not, can contract an STD so always use protection. ...Read more
What does a 9.9 on a herpes IGG test mean? That number is higher than other results posted in forums so I wanted to see if that is a normal result.
Depends on test: There are several HSV IgG antibody tests, with different numbers for positive results. The most common is HerpeSelect®, for which 9.9 is strongly positive. For other tests this may be negative. If you have the lab report, it should show numbers for negative, indeterminate, and positive, separately for HSV1 and HSV2. Or contact and discuss with the doctor or lab where test was done. Good luck! ...Read more
Since 1997, tissue transglutaminase has been recognized to be the autoantigen pathophysiologically recognized by the immune system that leads to celiac disease. Testing IgA antibodies to ttg is a diagnostic marker that for diagnosing celiac disease that is pretty reliable and relatively inexpensive. There can be false pos ...Read more