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... paste that someplace where i can refer to it at a later date. Hmmm, to think when i first arrived on the anemia board i thought "at least B12 is one thing i don't have to worry about". How things have changed. ... (34 replies)
... A friend at work brought in some articles which appeared in the newspaper and it was all about gluten intolerance and how in the majority of cases these people were also anemic or had very low iron stores as well as lethargy. ... (16 replies)
... It amazes me how many people with anemia or constant low iron, which is difficult to raise, have a gluten intolerance or are severly affected so as to suffer from Celiacs. ... (34 replies)

... I'm coming across more and more people who have gluten intolerance in some way or other and i can easily believe that it's responsible for a lot of issues. I didn't know about the restless leg issue. That is interesting. ... (34 replies)
... What is the test for gluten intolerance? ... (16 replies)
... I suffer from many of the same symptoms of Gluten intolerance, and I thought it was IBS or stress at first, but I realized it was MUCH more like celiac disease, which I'd never heard of until reading these boards. ... (16 replies)
... endomysial IgA, IgG, IgM. I never knew what any of that was so i asked for a gluten test and the doctor who writes out my pathology requests said that that was the gluten test. ... (16 replies)
... the biopsy is THE definitive test for Celiacs. I had the biopsy and came back negative for Celiacs so I told my mom to stop that diet as it probably is just depriving her of her favorite foods for no reason. ... (16 replies)
... as Christine and Steph have given some good insight into this problem which might be of value to you too. ... (16 replies)
... Regarding gluten intolerance/allergies... I found this thread of interest, in particular, the very last post... Looking for someone with a similar story (34 replies)
... People can have severe GI symptoms with lactose intollerance, but it doesn't damage the intestine and cause malabsorbtion. Same thing with gluten intollerance. ... (16 replies)
... The doctor i see is my thyroid doctor. He has a special interest in all these things as he suffers from a lot of them himself, so he knows what it's like and all the things which can possibly be interlinked healthwise, the domino effect once one thing falls, then the next, then the next. ... (34 replies)
... people posting live on the other side to the world to me, i live in sydney australia, yes i find myself nodding along to this. I have Coeliac disease. I was sick and severly anemic for 3 years and my doctor refused to test me for anything and told my mother that i was just a typical kid trying to get out of school. ... (34 replies)
... this could show a gluten intollerance. ... (16 replies)
... As many as 9 in 10 people have undiagnosed gluten sensitivity tahts a lot .The tests are not always conclusive and you have to have severe damage before it shows in the gut.......Some people are not celiac as such they just cant tolerate gluten at all giving neg test results. ... (34 replies)
... It's normally the lactose in the milk which is the issues and not being able to digest the lactose falls under a carbohydrate digestive issue. ... (34 replies)
... ei or gernii, which is now thought to be common on the Eastern seaboard of Australia! I would suggest that a number of posters on this board are from Down Under and are experiencing symptoms caused by this disease... ... (34 replies)
... PA, malabsorption syndromes, and food cobalmin deficiency. ... (34 replies)
... and the doctor went off on this long spiel about how if there wasn't a positive biopsy, it's not celiac, and you should just eat gluten etc etc.! ... (16 replies)
... rom 50 when they recommended doing a colonoscopy anyway, he said it would be good to do a colonoscopy now to see if there was any loss of blood or abnormailities and he also did an endoscopy and the biopsy for Celiac Disease. ... (16 replies)




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