From what you have mentioned about your results,
I understand that your ASCA IgA and ASCA IgG
pANCA is another antibody test that is more common with
ASCA IgG and IgA are more common with Crohn's (40-50 % ).
If you have findings on your small bowel x-rays or endoscopy
suggestive of Crohn's and these lab tests are positive, it is
highly likely you have thie condition.
Along with this, if you have a family member that had either
ulcerative colitis or Crohn's , your risk goes up.
There are other antibody tests as well, such as
Anti-CBir1 (50 % in Crohn's)
Anti-Omp C (Associated with rapid progression of Crohn's)
You can discuss these with your gastroenterologist.
I wish you well.