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... I'm sorry that you are experiencing this. I'm sure there are many reasons why someone can become deficient in B12 sufficient to cause neurological damage. I'd like to mention a couple of things that you could discuss with the doctor. ... (2 replies)
... You learn something new everyday. I did not realize a gluten intolerance could cause malabsorption. Or at least did not put the two together. Thank you. ... (46 replies)
... owhere with a traditional GI doctor. My internist strongly encouraged me to get this testing done ..... it is run through Baylor State University ..... LOADS of gluten research being done there. Kenneth M. Fine, MD is the leading researcher ..... ... (46 replies)

... How "severe" is your gluten intolerance? ... (46 replies)
... My doctor is telling me malabsorption due to severe gluten intolerance. ... (46 replies)
... I also have severe gluten intolerance, which I feel has contributed to the malabsorption issue. We found a severe Vitamin D deficiency 18 months ago. ... (46 replies)
... cheese to meet my B12 needs. ... (10 replies)
... Of course it's very important to find out the cause. Vitamin B12 deficiency causes all sorts of physical problems, sometimes permant. ... (4 replies)




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