No, you're testing for two completely different things.
The IgG and IgA test for antibodies to gliadin. The H. pylori test looks for the presence of antibodies made to H. pylori, or for the presence of H. pylori itself.
Is the IgG/IgA like an hpylori test?
Thank you for all the information. I am printing it out and taking it with me this week to my doctor.
1goose, do yourself a favor and get the fecal antibody test and gene test put out by enterolab.com and get yourself checked for celiac. It's quick and easy, and you'll get an answer within about 2 weeks time. It will tell you whether you've got celiac and which genes you're carrying (major or minor, or mixed).
Celiac disease can skew things in the digestive system quite a bit, so you really need to find out what's going on. Celiac can cause issues with the gallbladder and liver, so check it out.
If the doc wants to do the blood test, do IgG/IgA gliadin, transglutaminase, total IgA and endomysial tests - all are necessary with the blood tests to even get close to a 'real' answer. Blood tests are not that accurate (and neither, IMO is the biopsy). But with two siblings with celiac, I'd bet that you have it, too. If the blood tests come back negative and you don't do the fecal antibody test, do yourself a favor and go gluten-free. It could be one of the best things you ever do for yourself to find out how gluten affects you.