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... 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. ... (34 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)
... this could show a gluten intollerance. ... (16 replies)

... Hi! I've never been one to post on health boards before, though I've read them over the years, for various things. I found out I was anemic almost a week ago. My heart rate/ pulse was fast. I was exercising and it was very scary as I felt my heart beat so fast. I ended up going to the ER but the doctor tried to suggest it was "anxiety". It wasn't! It was my regular doctor... (16 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)
... 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)
... The more you read the more you realise how one or more symptoms can cross over and relate to so many different illnesses. That is why i'd advise anybody on the anemia board to do further research as some symptoms which you believe are anemia related actually are not. ... (15 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. This makes the gut unable to absorb iron, and many other ingredients. ... (7 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)
... You are most fortunate you didn't harm yourself. Dealing with anemia is most often a very long road. Finding out what is causing the anemia is sometimes an even longer road, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel so you can't give up. ... (2 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)
... Firstly, i think it's ok to ask non anemia questions if it's possibly linked to anemia. As for my pancreas, i never knew i had a problem and never suspected i lacked in digestive enzymes. ... (15 replies)
... In case it's not the constipation which has caused your weight gain, you ought to have a full thyroid check done. ... (8 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)
... You could have developed gluten intolerance. Have you been tested for this? ... (1 replies)
... Jazzabella, These are symptoms/conditions that often accompany people infected witht the organism Borellia burgdorfei 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...anemia, celiac disease, arthritis, thryoid... (34 replies)
... re totally unaware. I think so many things affect our digestion, from lack of certain vitamins to foods which cause negative reactions within us. Even with the thyroid i learnt that there are thyroid receptors in the stomach. ... (34 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 doctor i see is my thyroid doctor. ... (34 replies)
... Can i ask, have you had a full thyroid check up? ... (10 replies)

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