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A List of Diseases/Disorders Whose Symptoms Resemble Celiac Disease

  • Bacterial Overgrowth Syndromes
  • Common Variable Hypogammaglobulinemia
  • Cow Milk Allergy/Intolerance
  • Effects of Some Drugs
  • Giardiasis
  • Hemochromatosis
  • HIV Enteropathy
  • Intestinal Diverticulosis
  • Ischemic
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  • Lactose/Cows Milk Intolerance
  • Pancreatic Failure
  • Protein Losing Enteropathy (Lymphangiectasia)
  • Pseudoobstruction
  • Rare Cangenital Defects in the Mucosa
  • Whipples Disease
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    I have corn and gluten issue this former post by bartfull helped me locate bc aspirin for my son (same issues) after he had ortho work I have not tried it personally As I still avoiding most things good luck

    Hi everyone. I was just wondering if anyone knew of an easy way to determine whether one's gastrointestinal reaction is to gluten or to fructan. Cheers, Lex

    Thank you i have the colonoscopy on Tuesday and am dreading the prep more than anything lol. I think what ever the outcome I will try a gluten free diet to see if it helps with the symptoms. I've read so many stories of people going gluten free and symptoms such as depression, anxiety...

    A positive on any one celiac test should lead to an endoscopy/biopsies being done by a gastroenterologist. You should keep eating gluten until the endoscopy is done.

    Hi LexieA, It's perfectly ok to grieve or feel down because of a diagnosis of celiac disease. Feelings are not obligated to perform on command. But, over time you can adjust to the new diet reality and even like it. Getting used to eating mostly whole foods and more natural foods is a goo...