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... What is the test for gluten intolerance? ... (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)
... Audrey--:wave:Vitamin B12 is absorbed in the GI tract (in the presence of gastric hydrochloric acid and pepsinogen) when IF, (which is secreted by the parietal cells in the lining of the stomach), binds to B12 in the small intestine where it is absorbed. Pernicious anemia (PA) is an autoimmune condition of anemia caused by B-12 deficiency. Vitamin B12 deficiency can have... (34 replies)

... If it's not gluten intolerance and you don't have a thyroid problem, then to my thinking that only leaves digestive issues. ... (12 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 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)
... I now have a B12 Deficiency... what would cause this? ... (5 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)
... this could show a gluten intollerance. ... (16 replies)
... My doctor seems to think there is not really an issue and isn't concerned about the cause or getting the levels up but I will persevere now that I know it likely is the cause. ... (50 replies)
... I saw a gastroenterologist to help determine the cause of my anemia. ... (16 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)
... People can have severe GI symptoms with lactose intollerance, but it doesn't damage the intestine and cause malabsorbtion. Same thing with gluten intollerance. ... (16 replies)
... creatinine ratio is more an indicator of dehydration. Your 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)
... Have you investigated the possibility that you have an intolerance to gluten? ... (6 replies)
... the RLS could be a gluten issue or related to something else which is used in gluten type foods. When you look at the ingredients in breads, cakes, biscuits etc there are a lot of potential things to cause allergies and other issues. ... (34 replies)
... rances are such a big problem and a lot of people are 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)
... 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)
... Wow, you must have a dynamo doc, but I'm not surprised as she is a woman, ;):angel: I wouldn't rule Lyme out just yet...from what I understand it is one of the most complex organisms of its type known and that there are several hundred strains (which is just one of many reasons it is difficult to test for). The strains vary depending on what area of the world one lives in.... (34 replies)


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