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Celiac Disease

Also called: Celiac Sprue, Gluten Enteropathy, Nontropical Sprue, Sprue

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I would go to a gastroenterologist and see what your next steps should be. I do know that you shouldn't wait because it might get harder to treat...
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I am not sure what this is but it sounds serious. It appears that you have taken your son to the doctor already to get some answers and that they...
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There are a number of reasons stool may change, such as due to an infection, virus, change in medication, etc. It is good that you are seeing a...
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So first, I was wondering if this might have something to do with your diet because I remember this was a side effect of 1) eating olestra (fat free...
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Patients with celiac disease are at risk for some nutritional deficiencies, including folate deficiency, B12 deficiency, and iron deficiency. Celiac...
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Celiac disease is a disease of the small intestine. The small intestine is a 22 foot long tube that begins at the stomach and ends at the large...
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According to the manufacturer, Bystolic “may contain corn starch or wheat starch.” Therefore, Bystolic is not gluten-free. If you need to maintain a...
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Many people report improvement in their fibro symptoms once they get control of their celiac disease. The amount of improvement reported varies, from...
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Some doctors believe that strict adherence to a gluten-free diet can reduce the risk of cancer in individuals with celiac disease, but further...
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The complications of celiac disease include cancers, small bowel ulcers (ulcerative jejunoileitis), and collagenous celiac disease. Cancer Adults...
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Refractory celiac disease is a rare condition in which the symptoms of celiac disease (and the loss of villi) do not improve despite many months of a...
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The treatment of refractory celiac disease is first to make sure that all gluten is eliminated from the diet. If there still is no improvement...
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The treatment for celiac disease is a gluten-free diet. Celiac disease patients vary in their tolerance of gluten; some patients can ingest small...
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Celiac disease causes malabsorption of nutrients and leads to malnutrition. Tests are available that help in the evaluation of malabsorption and...
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Diagnosis of celiac disease should be firmly established before commencing treatment with a gluten-free diet for several reasons. The gluten-free...
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