Celiac Mothers Associated With Austistic Offspring?
Posted 29 August 2009 - 09:50 AM
Have researchers for www.Celiac.com proven this? I mean I don't actually see a list of tested and proven statistics here.
But Media reports say Celiac Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis,and Diabetes Type 1 ,but not other Autoimmune Diseases, contribute to a child having Austism Spectrum Disorder.
IS THIS TRUE? DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON THIS?
I'LL POST THE WEBSITE(S) WITH THIS INFORMATION IF I CAN FIND IT AGAIN.
DEC. '05 TESTED POSITIVE for the Celiac GENES HLA-DQ2 , and DQ3 SUBTYPE DQ8
Celiac Negative Endoscopy-Aug.'08 - Diagnosed with Hernia and GERD(Gastric Esophageal Reflux Disease),and prescribed Acid Reducing Medication. I hadn't eaten WHEAT for a year prior to the Endoscopy-maybe that's why result was Negative. I need TTG test to determine Active Celiac Status/
Disgnosed with Sjogren's 9/19/2008- Internist referred me to Eye Doctor and Rheumatologist.
Posted 29 August 2009 - 10:11 AM
Here's a link to some articles which may help:
Posted 29 August 2009 - 02:34 PM
But, scientists in Denmark DID just release a study on this:
Association of Family History of Autoimmune Diseass to Autism Spectrum Disorders
OBJECTIVES: Recent studies suggest that familial autoimmunity plays a part in the pathogenesis of ASDs. In this study we investigated the association between family history of autoimmune diseases (ADs) and ASDs/infantile autism. We perform confirmatory analyses based on results from previous studies, as well as various explorative analyses.
METHODS: The study cohort consisted of all of the children born in Denmark from 1993 through 2004 (689 196 children). Outcome data consisted of both inpatient and outpatient diagnoses reported to the Danish National Psychiatric Registry. Information on ADs in parents and siblings of the cohort members was obtained from the Danish National Hospital Register. The incidence rate ratio of autism was estimated by using log-linear Poisson regression.
RESULTS: A total of 3325 children were diagnosed with ASDs, of which 1089 had an infantile autism diagnosis. Increased risk of ASDs was observed for children with a maternal history of rheumatoid arthritis and celiac disease. Also, increased risk of infantile autism was observed for children with a family history of type 1 diabetes.
CONCLUSIONS: Associations regarding family history of type 1 diabetes and infantile autism and maternal history of rheumatoid arthritis and ASDs were confirmed from previous studies. A significant association between maternal history of celiac disease and ASDs was observed for the first time. The observed associations between familial autoimmunity and ASDs/infantile autism are probably attributable to a combination of a common genetic background and a possible prenatal antibody exposure or alteration in fetal environment during pregnancy.
Inconclusive Blood Tests, Positive Dietary Results, No Endoscopy
G.F. - September 2003; C.F. - July 2004
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