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... Thanks for the info...fortunately, I do not have a problem with gluten but my friend suspects she does. I'm trying to learn what I can to help her while she awaits testing. ... (34 replies)
... ate everyone's help. Thank you. I am going to keep the appt. they made me in May with the Dermatologist. I am having alot of the DH outbreaks. I have not had any gluten so I am not sure what is up. My eyebrows are growing back and I am so glad. I have no idea what happened there. I may never know. ... (34 replies)
... The poster on the Restless Leg Boards has informed me that she experienced immediate results of relief from her RLS when she switched to a gluten free doesn't sound like iron was the factor given it takes time for iron to build up in the blood. ... (34 replies)

... Thank you for your informative post...someone recently posted on the restless leg board that a gluten free diet helps people reduce or eliminate their restless leg symdrome. ... (34 replies)
... tay on the docs to get them. There are 3 blood tests to get and you also have to make sure that your doctor has tested with the right ones. You can have slight gluten sensitivity that may show up on one of the three, even if it doesn't show on the other two. Something like that anyway. They don't always do the correct ones. ... (34 replies)
... I don't seem to have a set pattern of symptoms occur like some people do after eating foods containing gluten or dairy. I seem to simply get bloated when i eat a full, decent sized meal. ... (16 replies)
... Audrey--Yes, it is the ~damage~ to the lining of the intestines (from gluten) that causes an inability to absorb nutrients. You should follow through with the sm bowel biopsy. You need to see a good GI doctor too, they are well versed in this area. Audrey, this is an AI disease and you already have one, so you are at a greater risk for another. This makes it more... (16 replies)
... intolerant, you may have lots of side effects from gluten but you won't get the destruction of the villi in the small intestine and, therefore, no malabsorption. ... (16 replies)
... tremely low, we are the ones who are feeling the smorgasboard of symptoms. Throw in another undiagnosed illness such as an undiagnosed thyroid condition or even gluten intolerance and it makes it all so much worse. ... (7 replies)
... Also one in four people apparently suffer from gluten intolerance. I only came up as being slightly gluten intolerant and my only symptom was constant bloating after meals, even after the tiniest meal. ... (10 replies)
Feeling blah
Aug 1, 2009
... In regards to auto immune disease, whether you have a gluten intolerance or not, gluten is an enemy rather than a friend. Best to keep it to a minimum or cut it out altogether. ... (6 replies)
... hem to test everything else you need checking on at the same time to save repeat testing. If you haven't already, you should get things like B12, Vit D, iodine, gluten intolerance and a full thyroid study done which ought to include TSH, T3, T4 and Thyroid Antibodies. Merely doing the TSH alone shows nothing. ... (3 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)
... Gluten intolerance VS celiac sprue... I'm not an expert, but my daughter has a gluten sensitivity so I've studied this stuff a bit. There is a doc from New Zealand who calls himself Dr. Gluten. ... (80 replies)
... Make sure you check for gluten intolerance as that will diminish the ability for nutrients to be absorbed too. On my gluten intolerance test i got and 18 and 15 was the max. ... (80 replies)
... Low ferritin can also be due to a gluten intolerance so you ought to have a blood test to check that out, but having a biopsy of the small intestine is even more accurate than a blood test. ... (3 replies)
Ferritin going up
Jan 11, 2009
... I've also had a gluten intolerance test and it came up that i'm a bit intolerant, so i've cut back from a lot of gluten and my aim is to one day be totally gluten free. ... (26 replies)
... Everything you indicated below makes such PERFECT SENSE! Thank you. My first question is, can you please tell me what BRAND digestive enzymes you are taking? I truly feel I must need a digestive enzyme because I tend to have, pardon me (flatulance) all the time! I am going to have my B12 and Vitamin tested as well. In regards to Hormones, I am menopausal, so my... (14 replies)
... Thanks for so much info. It does get ones wheels turning to look into all possibilities I did have all the thyroid tests done and was in range with them I'm feeling pretty confidanrt as I was pretty much smack in the MID range. I thought about the Vitamin thing. I'm suprised they don't run this when they do everything else. I actually had asked my Dr. how everything could... (14 replies)
... and above for correct hair cycle growth, resting and shedding phases. He also discovered that i was below low for Vit D and iodine and that i was a bit on the gluten intolerant side and his major discovery was that i did in fact have a thyroid problem and was suffering from Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. ... (14 replies)

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