Thyroid cancer, celiac and gallbladder connection?

After various symptoms for 6 months, I have come up with papillary thyca, positive celiac igg blood test and very low gallbladder function year. I haven't done anything about any of them an wonder in which order I should treat. Wondering if changing my diet alone improve the gallbladder enough to avoid surgery.
- halohunter2001

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Hi Halohunter2001,

If you have been diagnosed with celiac disease, it is critical for you to adopt a gluten-free diet immediately. People with celiac disease often see a dramatic improvement in their health after going gluten-free, but it also can take a while to see those changes. So, stay strong, stick to your gluten-free diet, and continue to speak with your doctor about celiac and your other health conditions.

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Thanks for the reply. I have been gluten free for nearly a month and haven't noticed significant changes. If my tissue transaminase IgA is negative but the IgG is positive is that still likely a positive test for celiac or is it more likely a false positive?

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