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... 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)

... 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)
... What is the test for gluten intolerance? ... (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)
... contaminate. Also, many medications have gluten and it's just a big headache if you don't need to follow the diet. I think many gluten intolerance symptoms also mimic lactose intolerance so those should be explored. ... (16 replies)
... t 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. My mother is allergic to gluten and has thyroid problems, and I didn't realize these AI problems were inherited. ... (16 replies)
... All i did was the basic blood test as outligned in my earlier post. My result didn't come back way out, but apparently even being "slightly" gluten intolerant can cause damage to the small intestine, not whether you feel any major symptoms or not. ... (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)
... ogist who i went to see regarding my hair loss situation and he was the one who finally diagnosed my thyroid condition, he's also the first person to test me for gluten intolerance and ran a heap of other blood tests like ferretin, Vit D, B12, iodine, zinc, folate, hormone etc etc he then referred me onto my current doctor. ... (34 replies)
... elled and yelled that i was really sick and finally he tested me for coeliac disease. My levels were terrible and i was given an emergency endoscopy and put on a gluten free diet. I only got sicker developing chronic fatigue and spending 3 months asleep. ... (34 replies)
... I definitely know I have pernicious anemia as my gastro did a special test that confirmed it. I would feel like my brain was in a comma and my arms would start to shake. ... (6 replies)
... The second thing which i think is sort of like a silent killer is gluten intolerance. You dont have to have full blown Celiacs to suffer from this. Most people don't feel a thing when they eat gluten containing foods. ... (21 replies)
... and they randomly tested me for Celiac through a blood test. I was shown to carry the gene for Celiac. My Mayo doctor suggested I try a gluten free diet to see if it would help the stomach. I know for a fact that in general I am sensitive to gluten based on how I feel while eating it. ... (5 replies)
... I had a blood test which showed that i was a bit over the maximum level on my gluten intolerance test. My doctor told me to go off all gluten products for 6mths. Gluten intolerance can cause malabsorption of nutrients too. Gluten intolerance is also an autoimmune issue. ... (21 replies)
... I am frustrated after dealing with anemia for 5 years. At first it was supplements for 6 months, then another 6. ... (3 replies)
... I'm still wondering whether it is related to actual wheat or not. I do know it doesn't contain gluten and is fine for people with a gluten intolerance. ... (15 replies)
... scope and biopsy of small intestine, which a gastroenterologist would do. Your symptoms are suggestive of celiac disease, particularly inability to gain weight, anemia and B vitamin deficiencies likely from malabsorption. ... (3 replies)
... You could have PA or something else that bites the B12 levels. I have autoimmune hemolytic anemia and when it's active, my red blood cells explode, and no B12 is stored or processed. ... (5 replies)




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