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- Diabetes: Gastroparesis, Diabetes and Celiac Disease
Diabetes: Gastroparesis, Diabetes and Celiac Disease
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The following was written by Joseph A. Murray, MD. (email@example.com) of the Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN, who is a gastroenterologist who specializes in treating Celiac disease:
Subject: diabetes and celiac disease, gastroparesis
There is a definite incidence of
celiac disease in type one diabetes in Caucasians at least.
Anywhere from of 3.3% to 10 % of people with type one diabetes
will have or develop celiac disease. Any form of diabetes can
lead to gastroparesis, usually after many years of diabetes.
The symptoms can be similar in many ways, bloating after meals,
abdominal pain. Diarrhea is not usually caused by the gastroparesis
itself (diabetic diarrhea may occur as part of the nerve damage
caused by the long-standing diabetes). I have several patients
who have diabetes, gastroparesis and celiac disease. Certainly
identifying the celiac disease often makes a big difference
to the symptoms.
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