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... If you believe you are gluten intolerant, have you had the tests for celiac disease? ... (8 replies)
... not a doctor by any means, but one of the possible causes of low MCV is heavy metal excess such as lead. It can also be an indicator of GI sensitivities such as gluten intolerance. ... (1 replies)
... hite count with high neutrophils may be related to the diarrhea, as it indicates possible infection. I hope you get some more tests to clear up what is going on. Gluten intolerance can cause severe iron deficiency anemia and diarrhea, if it is celiac disease. ... (14 replies)

... Whatever the MMA result is, and depending on how soon you get to see the gastroenterologist, I would make sure you get treated for B12 deficiency as soon as possible. However, document your test results because if you see the gastroenterologist after you start B12 therapy subsequent tests will logically show high B12 -- which may give the wrong impression that you never had... (8 replies)
... The only thing I can think of in your case would be Runner's Anemia. I think your Dr's could be wrong in this case especially with the amount you are running and the little red meat you are eating. Anemia is very common in runners, and not very common in males so in my personal opinion it is really the only thing that makes sense which is why I'm kinda dumbfounded that your... (8 replies)
... or are having hidden blood loss perhaps. Any histoy of gluten intolerance? ... (4 replies)
... Is there any chance you have gluten intolerance or celiac disease? ... (5 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? Do you have a CBC report you can post> Be sure to include the MCV, MCHC, and MCH along with the HCT, HB, and WBC and neutrophils/lymphocytes. Do you have blood in urine or extremely heavy periods?... (6 replies)
... Thanks so much for your reply Heather. You've given me a lot more information than the doctor gave me. I have tons of the symptoms of anemia and over the last 6 months I feel like I'm a burden to my family as I'm constantly not well and don't even like telling them any more (though they have been very supportive). My doctor seems to think there is not really an issue and isn't... (50 replies)
... There is a cause. I started with a ferritin of a 2 last year. I have had heavy monthlies every month for as long as I can remember, I got an ablation and need to get my labs checked again to see if they are getting any better now that I'm not bleeding anymore. Do you have heavy periods? Ulcers? Gluten intolerance (Celiac's Disease) a lot of the times a simple change in diet or... (50 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)
... transglutaminase, that will be elevated if celiac is present. One can also have gluten intolerance without celiac disease. If periods are really heavy, that can cause anemia too. So the cause of it needs figured out to treat it effectively. ... (9 replies)
... months for iron stores to replenish, so give it time. If it doesn't work, you may have an absorption issue, such as occurs with celiac disease from gluten intolerance. ... (5 replies)
... out but there are a few others you may want to have them looking into. B12 levels, need to be checked having low b12 can cause anemia. Celiac's disease, which is gluten intolerance and nutritional caused anemia, easy fix as well and all in a diet change. ... (4 replies)
... Have you been checked for Gluten Intolerance? ... (8 replies)
... c. You may have anemia from some other deficiency besides iron, or you may not be absorbing iron from your GI tract, which can happen in celiac disease caused by gluten intolerance. I would see a hematologist, who will try to get to the cause of your anemia, and treat it accordingly. ... (2 replies)
... I wonder if every single one of those Dr's has ever felt what we feel. I was living a perfectly normal life up to this anemia. After things are just horrible, headaches, dizzy, dizzy, dizzy, tired, sick, tired, lets not even talk about panic and depression!. The nurse practitioner knows what she's talking about. My heart goes out to your daughter because I honestly don't know... (3 replies)
... ferritin should be higher with 25mg iron a day. You can have gluten intolerance without having celiac disease, and there are other types of malabsorption. Have you considered seeing a GI doc to explore this further? ... (2 replies)
... There are also some very smart ladies here who have brought up some really good points on Gluten Intolerance which might be something worth looking into for you, especially if your Dr. isn't going to investigate, which just wouldn't fly with me. ... (1 replies)
... BTW, the iron deficiency is probably causing the RLS. You could take some iron replacement in the form of multivit with iron daily. The diarrhea could fit with gluten intolerance as well. Also, check your blood pressure sitting, then after standing two minutes. ... (3 replies)

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