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... 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)
... 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)
... 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)

... 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... What is the test for gluten intolerance? ... (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)
... 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)
... 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)
... BUN is at top of range but not high enough to explain a creatinine of 1.6. Chronic kidney disease can cause anemia, but it is not normally iron deficient, it is anemia of chronic disease, which looks different than yours. Thyroid levels have nothing to do with calcium. ... (14 replies)
... The only thing I can think of in your case would be Runner's Anemia. I think your Dr's could be wrong in this case especially with the amount you are running and the little red meat you are eating. Anemia is very common in runners, and not very common in males so in my personal opinion it is really the only thing that makes sense which is why I'm kinda dumbfounded that your... (8 replies)
... It is important to determine what kind of anemia you have. It could be from something other than iron deficiency. Did your Dr measure your iron, ferritin, Vit B12 and folate levels? ... (6 replies)
... dietary deficiency of iron, poor absorption of iron, like from gluten intolerance, Vit B12 and folate deficiency, excess destruction of RBC, autoimmune disease, blood loss from GI tract, just to know a few. ... (4 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)
... I am frustrated after dealing with anemia for 5 years. At first it was supplements for 6 months, then another 6. ... (3 replies)
... or just gluten intolerance. I eliminated wheat, rye, barley and milk and sugar and it's a long road but worth researchng anyway. ... (6 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)
... Have you investigated the possibility that you have an intolerance to gluten? ... (6 replies)


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