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... esser and greater degree most of my life. Even as a child I remember suffering with cold hands and feet. Now it all makes sense. I suffer from malabsorption from gluten intolerance and a type of colitis. I recently had the Campylobacter Bacteria which brought my health issues to a crisis. ... (5 replies)
... I didn't see a B-12 and Folate test result. Especially when you are DX'ed w/anemia you should have these tests done. There is more than one type of anemia. With your family history "perhaps" there is an absorption issue that you are also dealing with. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease (gluten intolerance; wheat, barley and rye) that can cause this and I would also... (65 replies)
... The specialist i'm currently seeing has said that a couple of things can affect your absorbtion of iron. 1 is a gluten intolerance and 2 is insufficient enzymes to help with food digestion. ... (5 replies)

... ey find my levels have not climbed sufficiently then they will look into what could be stopping iron absorbtion by my body. There can be two reasons for this 1. gluten intolerance, 2. insufficient enzymes for digestion of food, which in turn affects stomach and liver. ... (21 replies)
... It's an intolerance of gluten, which is found in all wheat products, oats, barley, etc. ... (4 replies)
... I also forgot to mention that my results came back showing that i was a 'little' gluten intolerant. Meaning 15 is the cut off figure here and i got an 18 so i'm 3 points over. ... (26 replies)
... I agree with Christine about the autoimmune possibility. My WBC is elevated although not outside the top of the range. My dr suggested that it is high due to my hypothyroid condition (hashimotos), which is an autoimmune disease. She further suggested that some in my situation may have a a food intolerance related to gluten (she said gliadin - some gluten protein) or even... (6 replies)
... the Vit C. Some Vit C tablets are chewable and orange flavored which many kids like. One possible cause of lack of iron absorption is celiac disease caused by an intolerance to gluten. ... (4 replies)
... I'm a 38 year old female from the UK, with coeliac disease and hypothyroidism. I was very anemic before being diagnosed with coeliacs, but since going gluten free, my hemaglobin improved to the stage I have always been borderline anemic. ... (3 replies)
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Nov 27, 2008
... Hi Oh so many of these stories here are like me ..... I developed a mystery illness around 5 years ago after sever truama........Was told the same as you and they thought I had so many things I wont bother to mention to many but the truth was revealed this year I am B12 deficient (well Was) had severe symptoms dizziness,memory loss ,loss of appetite,... (8 replies)
... Other times i would only need to eat a sandwich at lunch time and my stomach would be bloated. I never went anywhere for this. I used to think maybe i had an intolerance to something like dairy or wheat. ... (15 replies)
... FLFLOWERGIRL - Out of idle curiosity, have you been tested for food allergies/sensitivies/intolerance? If they haven't been able to find anything else as the cause of your problems, it might lie in what you eat. You might consider looking into it. Food sensitivies can cause the peripheral neuropathy you seem to be having. I'm going to be doing an... (65 replies)




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