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... I'm still wondering whether it is related to actual wheat or not. I do know it doesn't contain gluten and is fine for people with a gluten intolerance. ... (15 replies)
... It really sounds like this is what you must have since removing wheat gluten from your diet is helping. ... (13 replies)
... My bloating stopped after i began prescription digestive enzymes. The plant enzymes in the health food store didn't do much for me. It can also be a symptom of gluten intolerance or lactose intolerance. You might want to get tested for all these things. ... (9 replies)

... low ferritin. Gluten intolerance could certainly be an issue. There are two blood tests to check for celiac disease, but you can still have gluten sensitivity without celiac. It could explain low ferritin if absorption is poor. You will know if your ferritin hasn't come up substantially. ... (5 replies)
... I have to wonder if gluten intolerance can cause malabsorption? ... (6 replies)
... to diagnose gluten intolerance or Celiacs and it's come back that you dont have that then that rules that out. ... (80 replies)
... is also very common for thyroid sufferers to have very low Vitamin D. Your doctor should check that also. Both iron and vitamin D malabsorbtion can be cause by gluten intolerance. Has anybody checked whether you are gluten intolerant? ... (80 replies)
... They did a blood test towards the end to check for a gluten intolerance and i came up as being positive for that. ... (23 replies)
... NOT true celiac disease .... but an extreme gluten intolerance. I have adhered to a strict gluten free diet. ... (8 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)
... anemia is often associated with gluten intolerance particularly celiac disease, because the iron, as well as many vitamins, doesn't get absorbed by the diseased small bowel. ... (14 replies)
... Hi Crissy, 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. I went to a neuro doc and she told me that I was wasn't getting oxygen to my brain as I was not absorbing B12 through my foods and new blood cells were not being created which carry oxygen to... (6 replies)
... Have you investigated the possibility that you have an intolerance to gluten? ... (6 replies)
... Thanks Audrey. Yes... I will start a new thread. Good idea. As for the daughter... Yes. She's had tons of blood tests, cat scans, ultrasounds, upper GI, etc. and so on. We're still waiting on the results of the celiac test. Besides that, everything's come back normal. I don't know that they've done any thyroid tests though. That's something I'm going to look into. So thank... (13 replies)
... From what i've read on these boards, there are many forms of anemia. I'm not familiar with them all, but know certain ones are linked to low B12 levels or an intolerance to gluten. ... (13 replies)
... negatives. A lady i know has no symptoms for gluten intolerance and she had a bowel biopsy and there is evidence of damage there. So goes to show you can't always rely on simply the blood test alone. ... (1 replies)
... labsorption. I would encourage you to see a gastroenterologist for a definitive diagnosis, as I think it will help reinforce for you the need to stay on a strict gluten free diet. This is a difficult diet for most, and it is easy to go off if you aren't really sure you need it. ... (3 replies)
... blood during a miscarriage and then started the folate and b12 deficiency. My doctor has diagnosed me with pernicious anemia and many times I've said I am going gluten free to see what happens. ... (3 replies)
... 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. I know for a fact that in general I am sensitive to gluten based on how I feel while eating it. ... (5 replies)
Ferritin going up
Dec 31, 2008
... It's a good idea as FLFLOWERGIRL said to keep an eye on your B12 too. Also have you had a gluten intolerance test done? ... (26 replies)

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