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Nov 7, 2008
... I agree with you guys, everybody who i have ever come across appears to have ferretin issues along with their thyroid issues, also low Vit D and gluten intolerance issues. ... (8 replies)
... but not getting too high. Ideal would be over 100. If you are wondering about gluten, you can ask for celiac antibodies to be run. It doesn't completely rule out gluten intolerance though, if negative, but if positive, really tells you that gluten has to be eliminated from diet. I hope you get a good Dr. ... (5 replies)
... or gluten intolerance. Stopping gluten or taking digestive enzymes can help your body absorb more vitamins and minerals. ... (10 replies)

... Have you had a gluten test to see whether you are gluten intolerant as that is another thing a number of thyroid sufferers have had. ... (5 replies)
... My head is swimming from all I've read here. Let me give my history/background for some insight. I was dx'd with Hashimoto's in 2004 and have been on levothyroxine since then. I usually get tested every 6 mos and my dosage has been increased over time because my TSH/FT4 keeps changing as my thyroid is being destroyed. For the most part, my hypothyroid has been controlled... (1 replies)
... I also have a gluten intolerance and have been really good about avoiding all potential sources of gluten. Have been on a whole foods diet since October of last year. ... (6 replies)
... i had never heard of gluten intolerance being connected to nausea until i read the article provided by the Celiacs Society. ... (80 replies)
... taking whatever dosage you can. Something is better than nothing. Mine drops if i don't take a supplement daily. I'm wondering how much is due to the 'slight' gluten intolerance i seem to have. My doc only told me to ease off gluten but didn't have to go off it entirely. ... (34 replies)
... lly have Celiac. Once my drs found out I did an elimination diet and got reactions, they didn't see the point of further testing. I'd have to go back to eating gluten for the testing to work anyway and, quite frankly, ain't doin' it! Not no way, not no how. ... (7 replies)
... or just gluten intolerance. I eliminated wheat, rye, barley and milk and sugar and it's a long road but worth researchng anyway. ... (6 replies)
Update
Aug 19, 2009
... With your digestive issue, have you ruled out gluten intolerance, lactose intolerance or digestive issues in relation to insufficient digestive enzymes to help digest either fats, carbs or proteins? ... (6 replies)
B12?
May 23, 2009
... gluten intolerance or lactose intolerance. i also had s blood test for liver function whcih was normal. my periods have always been very heavy, painful. ... (44 replies)
B12?
May 22, 2009
... You might want to also check for a gluten intolerance test. This can lead to malabsorption of nutrients and some people will get symptoms while others wont. ... (44 replies)
... I actually have the opposite problem. Even though I'm 20, I'm still very irregular. I can go months at a time without getting my period...but no test has ever revealed any cause as to why. By the way, thanks so much for your input. (5 replies)
... Being vegetarian, even if you do eat eggs and milk, can easily lead to low ferritin and low B12. Often when people add red meat to their diet about 3 times per week their iron moves up on it's own. If you ate a diet which did include meat and all the other foods groups and your ferritin was low and other vitamins/minerals were low then it would be linked to malabsorption... (5 replies)
... Usually it is caused by diet low in iron, heavy periods or poor absorption. I would wonder if you have an absorptiom problem associated with a gluten intolerance. Less likely, it may be that your red cells are being destroyed by antibodies. ... (6 replies)
... intake or inability to absorb iron in the GI tract. Slow blood loss from the GI tract secondary to ulcers in stomach could cause the anemia, nauses and vomiting. Gluten intolerance could cause malabsorption of iron. With the nausea and vomiting, I would ask Dr. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for your replies girls, Its funny you should say that MissBecca because I've kind of been wondering if it could be gluten intolerance and I have half heartedly been trying to cut down on the Gluten, I've stopped eating bread, cakes and biscuits and I've changed the flour I use at home but like you said I have noticed that it really is in EVERYTHING!! I guess it needs... (13 replies)
... They tested me for pernicious anemia and celiac and both were negative. I definitely feel better lessening my gluten intake though. ... (6 replies)
... Could I have Celiac Disease. Yes, you could, or a gluten intolerance. Try getting rid of gluten and see if you're less bloated and more energetic. ... (5 replies)




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