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Biopsies from small intestine.(6pieces)

Section show ileal mucosa without villous arophy. The lamina propria does not how significant number of inflammatory cell, no pathogens are identified. Lymphoid follicles with reactive germinal centres are present.

Gastric biopsies (2 pieces)

Multiples pieces of non-specialised gastric mucosa showing mild chronic inflammation in the lamina propria. There is elongation of the superficial glands which show serrations of the luminal surface. No hrlivobactor pyloris is idenified. No intestinal metaplasia or malignancy is seen.

Biopsies from terminal illeum (3 pieces)

Section show ileal mucosa without villous atrophy. The lamina propria does not show significant number of inflammatory cells, no pathogens are identified. Lymphoid follicles with reactive germinal centres are present.

Colonic biopsies (together with terminal illeum)

Section show multiple pieces of colonic mucosa. There is no glandular atrophy, distortion or goblet cell depletion and lamina propria is oedematous without significant chronic inflammation. There is no evidence of malignancy.

Diagnosis:

Small bowel: without significant abnormality

Gastric biopsies: chemical gastritis, suggestive of drug(NSAIDS) effect or bile reflux.

Terminal ileum: without significant abnormality

Colonic biopsy: without significant abnormality

Hi guys, above is the result of my biopsy. I have unexplained weight loss of about 16kg for 1 year and have many symtoms, such as fatigue,stomach issue etc..Could the mild chronic inflammation in the lamina propria for my gastric biopsy cause by gluten? Anyone have similar report as mine? Anyone could help and have advice? thanks

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Biopsies from small intestine.(6pieces)

Section show ileal mucosa without villous arophy. The lamina propria does not how significant number of inflammatory cell, no pathogens are identified. Lymphoid follicles with reactive germinal centres are present.

Gastric biopsies (2 pieces)

Multiples pieces of non-specialised gastric mucosa showing mild chronic inflammation in the lamina propria. There is elongation of the superficial glands which show serrations of the luminal surface. No hrlivobactor pyloris is idenified. No intestinal metaplasia or malignancy is seen.

Biopsies from terminal illeum (3 pieces)

Section show ileal mucosa without villous atrophy. The lamina propria does not show significant number of inflammatory cells, no pathogens are identified. Lymphoid follicles with reactive germinal centres are present.

Colonic biopsies (together with terminal illeum)

Section show multiple pieces of colonic mucosa. There is no glandular atrophy, distortion or goblet cell depletion and lamina propria is oedematous without significant chronic inflammation. There is no evidence of malignancy.

Diagnosis:

Small bowel: without significant abnormality

Gastric biopsies: chemical gastritis, suggestive of drug(NSAIDS) effect or bile reflux.

Terminal ileum: without significant abnormality

Colonic biopsy: without significant abnormality

Hi guys, above is the result of my biopsy. I have unexplained weight loss of about 16kg for 1 year and have many symtoms, such as fatigue,stomach issue etc..Could the mild chronic inflammation in the lamina propria for my gastric biopsy cause by gluten? Anyone have similar report as mine? Anyone could help and have advice? thanks

Hi guys, anyone could help? anyone have similiar result as mine? im at a dead end now thanks

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Biopsies from small intestine.(6pieces)

Section show ileal mucosa without villous arophy. The lamina propria does not how significant number of inflammatory cell, no pathogens are identified. Lymphoid follicles with reactive germinal centres are present.

Gastric biopsies (2 pieces)

Multiples pieces of non-specialised gastric mucosa showing mild chronic inflammation in the lamina propria. There is elongation of the superficial glands which show serrations of the luminal surface. No hrlivobactor pyloris is idenified. No intestinal metaplasia or malignancy is seen.

Biopsies from terminal illeum (3 pieces)

Section show ileal mucosa without villous atrophy. The lamina propria does not show significant number of inflammatory cells, no pathogens are identified. Lymphoid follicles with reactive germinal centres are present.

Colonic biopsies (together with terminal illeum)

Section show multiple pieces of colonic mucosa. There is no glandular atrophy, distortion or goblet cell depletion and lamina propria is oedematous without significant chronic inflammation. There is no evidence of malignancy.

Diagnosis:

Small bowel: without significant abnormality

Gastric biopsies: chemical gastritis, suggestive of drug(NSAIDS) effect or bile reflux.

Terminal ileum: without significant abnormality

Colonic biopsy: without significant abnormality

Hi guys, above is the result of my biopsy. I have unexplained weight loss of about 16kg for 1 year and have many symtoms, such as fatigue,stomach issue etc..Could the mild chronic inflammation in the lamina propria for my gastric biopsy cause by gluten? Anyone have similar report as mine? Anyone could help and have advice? thanks

It looks like there is some irritation going on? Do you take aspirin, motrin, those type of things? It's also possible that they caught your gluten intolerance early, before a lot of damage has been done?

Did you get Celiac blood tests? It's possible you have non Celiac gluten intolerance, if the test was negative, or you may be one of 20-30% that tests negative?

Since your tests are done, there's no harm in trying a strict gluten-free diet. Sometimes it's the best way to see if gluten is the problem!

Don't do it halfway..like gluten lite. Remove all gluten from your diet (and milk too) and see how you feel?

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It looks like there is some irritation going on? Do you take aspirin, motrin, those type of things? It's also possible that they caught your gluten intolerance early, before a lot of damage has been done?

Did you get Celiac blood tests? It's possible you have non Celiac gluten intolerance, if the test was negative, or you may be one of 20-30% that tests negative?

Since your tests are done, there's no harm in trying a strict gluten-free diet. Sometimes it's the best way to see if gluten is the problem!

Don't do it halfway..like gluten lite. Remove all gluten from your diet (and milk too) and see how you feel?

Hi bubba mom,

thanks for the reply, yah i have tried gluten free for 2 months, seem to feel abit better slightly but symtoms dont seem to improve much and also still losing weight, no i did not take any medicine, only before hand i am seeing chinese medicine but they seem to cure only help abit on my issue. I took their herbs it does help abit but often after few weeks they will give me alot of gas. i think it is also because i am lacking in vitamins. I seem to have alot of gas daily. i also try fructose free and it seem to help abit, but sometimes i duno what i have eaten and the gas keep coming back, i have no enegry everyday and now i weight only 97 pounds and i am 5feet 8 inch tall. Yes i got the celiac test and it came back negative. im quite worry i will keep wasting away. is gastric inflammation a sign of gluten intolerance? Do you have friends having similar case as me? thanks

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Prob gluten intollerant. I had blood work, and EGD done. Blood work neg, EGD showed reflux and gastritis like you. Conclusion I'm gluten intolerant. You need to makes sure your not accidentally getting glutened when on gluten free. Give it another try and pay close attention to everything. Keep a food journal, along with how your feeling. That's what I did and realized what was making me sick. Hang in there.

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Hi guys, above is the result of my biopsy. I have unexplained weight loss of about 16kg for 1 year and have many symtoms, such as fatigue,stomach issue etc..Could the mild chronic inflammation in the lamina propria for my gastric biopsy cause by gluten? Anyone have similar report as mine? Anyone could help and have advice? thanks

It could be caused by gluten or by other food intolerances. Common food intolerances other people on the board have are dairy, corn, and soy.

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Prob gluten intollerant. I had blood work, and EGD done. Blood work neg, EGD showed reflux and gastritis like you. Conclusion I'm gluten intolerant. You need to makes sure your not accidentally getting glutened when on gluten free. Give it another try and pay close attention to everything. Keep a food journal, along with how your feeling. That's what I did and realized what was making me sick. Hang in there.

thanks guys for your replys.

hi raea2002,

For your biopsy of your stomach, they also show mild chronic inflammation in the lamina propria? Your gastric biopsy report is chemical gastritis, suggestive of drug(NSAIDS) effect or bile reflux?

Did you lost alot of weight as well?? Yes im have been trying hard to stay gluten free and im just glutened by raw walnut few day ago. It is very hard to stay gluten free. Did you buy any of the gluten free product, whenever i eat them seem to have quite some problem. Do you happen to know if clearspring rice cake is safe?

How do you find out that you are gluten intolerant? did you take the enterolab test? thanks

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