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    I use psyllium husk in baking as a binder. The product I buy is from a food company not a pharmacy. It is just psyllium husk no other ingrediants. If I recall metamucil OTC contains psyllium fiber and other ingredients. I have not used the medical based psyllium products. The gluten-free status can be found in the faq. https://www.metamucil.com/en-us/articles/Fiber-101/metamucil-faqs ...
    Hi all! I'd love your thoughts on this. I'm a 25 year old female and I've had a few different symptoms so I'm considering getting tested, but I have no family members with celiac or anything like that. I'm not sure if this actually looks like these could mean it or not! I've had these little bumps on my elbows, knuckles, and knees on and off for 5 years. They're like small blisters f...
    You would think an ER would run a standard glucose test, but you never know.  The perplexing thing is that the OP had a hole in his/her gut on a scan.  I think that is why the endoscopy was ordered.  Hopefully, they also checked for celiac disease.     You have been here a long time.  Ever hear of celiac disease causing a perforation of the small intestine?  Not me.  Other things, but not ...