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... 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. ... (5 replies)
... 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. There was nothing abnormal and I did not test positive for Celiac Disease, so I still don't know the cause of my anemia. ... (16 replies)
... As I said in my post: Ferritin is the first indice to fall in a pre-deficiency or deficiency situation. In a deficiencey situation there exists a depletion of iron stores without anemia, which then progresses to anemia. In the literature, iron depletion as definied varies, and can be very low in terms of... (2 replies)

... I do wonder if my doctor's are simply unfamiliar with anemia in runners. My hematologist specializes in oncology, so perhaps it's not something she sees often. ... (8 replies)
... ore tests, the ANA test and a test for celiac. I don't have any symptoms of either Lupus or Celiac, but these are mainly for the purpose of ruling out. I know celiac may need an endoscopy to diagnose even if the blood test is negative, however. ... (22 replies)
... allergy tests. Did you have the antibody testing for celiac disease? ... (3 replies)
Chronic Anemia?
May 19, 2006
... Chronic anemia is fairly common in celiac disease, which is a disease where exposure to dietary gluten triggers autoimmune destruction of the small intestine. ... (7 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)
... 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)
... I have celiac so she'll be tested for that, too. ... (5 replies)
... I know it sounds crazy but I had the same symptoms for 2 yrs and thought I was dieing. They tested for MS but I had 4 small cysts on MRI not specific for MS and no marker on spinal tap. Ended up being Celiac disease; intolerance for wheat, rye,barley..and in my case milk products and sugar. I had PA as well caused by malabsorption syndrome of gastric bypass and Celiac. All... (6 replies)
Wife with Anemia
Nov 27, 2008
... Hi Yes I agree they should be doing more for your wife maybe see another doctor at this point..... I think but I am not certain flowergirl could do better tahn I on this one but I think you can lose hair with anemia......Thyriod problems can cause hair loss too..... I would like to suggest she is checked for celiac disease as thsi will cause digestive problems for sure also... (5 replies)
... There can be many reasons, such as poor dietary intake of iron, poor absorption from things like celiac disease, heavy blood loss from menstruation or stomach ulcers, etc. ... (7 replies)
... This does look like iron deficiency anemia because your MCV, MCH and MCHC are all low. I'll bet your ferritin was on the bottom of the range. ... (14 replies)
... I am frustrated after dealing with anemia for 5 years. At first it was supplements for 6 months, then another 6. ... (3 replies)
... you should also have your Folic acid levels checked because they are also malabsorbed in Celiac and so is B12 but to a lesser extent. ... (11 replies)
... I should know, I had anemia all my life and, took everything for it..nothing worked..I had a malabsorbtion due to gluten intake..I was diagnosed with celiac.. ... (0 replies)
... I would encourage anyone who thinks they might have celiac disease to get all the testing before they go on a GF diet. ... (16 replies)
... Here's what the research I've done has turned up, including my discussions with my GI dr.,. (1) Antibodies show there is a reaction to something. There are several antibodies they look at in celiac (different dr's do different tests). The antigliadin antibodies show that your body is producing antibodies to gluten--this could show a gluten intollerance. ... (16 replies)
... and have high antibody results with a celiac panel, you should see a knowledgable GI doctor about a biopsy. ... (16 replies)

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