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"celiac Disease Now"

Posted by , 15 October 2013 - - - - - - · 1,111 views
info from the 2013 icds
The introductory lecture of the clinical forum of the International Celiac Disease Symposium (ICDS) 2013 in Chicago last week was entitled “Celiac Disease Today: An Overview” given by Drs. Alessio Fasano and Peter Green.

Although the official slides and presentations from the symposium are not yet available for purchase, based on my notes the following t...


My, Oh My, Peripheral Neuropathy

Posted by , 18 September 2013 - - - - - - · 3,927 views

I spent a good chunk of last Christmas Eve in an MRI scanner, getting my spine analyzed for the white matter lesions of multiple sclerosis (MS). Mike, the MRI technician, piped George Winston’s “December” celiac disease through my MRI headphones, but the music did little to drown out the loud hammering sounds of the MRI and the thoughts that were racing i...


Women With Celiac Disease, We Are Not Alone...

Posted by , 22 August 2013 - - - - - - · 1,176 views

I have spent a good portion of this summer enjoying my time with my family, traveling, and not obsessing about celiac disease (which has led me to not write about it either!) Overall, I am comfortable with my gluten free household and life and have accepted my diagnosis. But, the other day, in part due to fatigue and in part due to accidentally eating a K...


Should Your Kids Be Screened For Celiac Disease?

Posted by , 12 August 2013 - - - - - - · 1,141 views

I have four children, who are all at high risk for developing Celiac Disease. I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease 3 years ago, but have had symptoms since early childhood. My husband does not have Celiac Disease, but he carries one of the two main Celiac genes, DQ2. Due to my children’s risk, I have had their pediatrician screen them when they turn 4 year...


Celiac Disease And Multiple Food Intolerances

Posted by , 07 August 2013 - - - - - - · 2,148 views

There are many of us with celiac disease who develop additional food intolerances after going gluten free. Despite maintaining control of my celiac symptoms by being strictly gluten free, I have become intolerant to soy (2011), sulfites (2012), and too much dairy (late 2012-early 2013). My allergy skin prick tests for soy and milk were negative, which sho...


Celiac Disease And Endometriosis

Posted by , 05 July 2013 - - - - - - · 6,305 views

As I was doing my weekly glance through the PubMed database (www.pubmed.gov) I came across an interesting letter to the editor in the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics entitled, “Celiac Disease and Endometriosis: What is the Nexus?” Endometriosis is a common gynecologic disorder, which effects approximately 10% of women of childbearing age. It involve...


"up To Date" Management Of Celiac Disease In Adults

Posted by , 20 June 2013 - - - - - - · 1,854 views

“Up to Date” is an online medical database for physicians and other practitioners. I use it almost every day when I am at work to get a brief overview of the most recent evidence regarding the diagnosis and management of my patients’ problems.

I just reviewed the most recent “Up to Date” highlights on the management of Celiac Disease in adults (published...


Non-Responsive Celiac Disease

Posted by , 20 June 2013 - - - - - - · 1,980 views

Nonresponders are the 5% of Celiac patients who have either persistent symptoms and/or abnormally high Celiac antibodies after two years on the gluten free diet.

According the most recent medical review in the “Up to Date” database, there are 5 main categories of nonresponders to the gluten free diet:

-Patient is continuing to eat gluten. This is the mo...


Celiac Disease And The Thyroid Gland

Posted by , 23 April 2013 - - - - - - · 2,235 views

Celiac Disease And The Thyroid Gland If you have Celiac Disease, it is important that you know a bit about your thyroid gland, as you are at a high risk of autoimmune thyroid disease. Experts estimate that between 8 and 12% of people with Celiac Disease have, or will eventually develop, problems with their thyroid gland. Conversely, between 3 and 5% of people with autoimmune thyroid disease...


Let's Talk About Celiac Disease And Infertility

Posted by , 18 March 2013 - - - - - - · 2,835 views

One of my favorite Celiac Disease-related pages on Facebook is that of the University of Chicago’s Celiac Disease Center. One of the first “tidbits” that I read on this page, after discovering it last fall, was the following statement: “Women who have experienced persistent miscarriages or infertility without a known medical cause should be tested for cel...

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