Over the last two years, I've been having serious stomach pains that come and go. Essentially it feels like serious cramps in my stomach and upper digestive track that occurs about an hour or two after eating and last 2 hours usually where I am in serious pain and unable to do anything except for lay in my bed.
I went to a primary doctor to get it check out. They initially did some tests that were all normal and I got a sonogram of my entire abdomen and it didn't show anything suspicious.
Two months later with the same symptoms and no change, I saw another primary doctor who suggested me to see a specialist. They both requested different lab work which is where most of the confusion lies for my question. My health center called me on Friday right before they closed. I missed the call, but I see the results on the online health center so I am trying to figure out what this might mean. Here are the results that I'm confused about...
(Ordered by my primary doctor) Absolute Eos 0.89 (on a scale of 0.1 - 0.5K/mcL) High
(Ordered by my primary doctor) Gliadin Antibody Igg 5 (<20 - <20 UNITS) NOT High
(Ordered by my primary doctor) Gliadin Antibody Iga 20 (<20 - <20 UNITS) High
(Ordered by the specialist) Ttg Iga 4 (<20 - <20 UNITS) NOT High
(Ordered by my specialist) Ttg Igg 4 (<20 - <20 UNITS) NOT High
Two doctors, a specialist and my primary doctor, were testing for Celiac Disease and I've been reading a lot about these tests, but my results aren't showing to be conclusive one way or another. Plus, most of what I am reading states that IgA levels are usually deficient, not elevated with almost no site talking about elevated IgA levels. I'm especially confused as how I have elevated IgA blood serum levels yet I have TtG IgA levels as normal...
If anyone could explain these test results a bit, by giving possible explanations or if you've had similar results, I'd greatly appreciate it to hopefully calm my worries for the weekend until I hear back on Monday.