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    Apparently it can cause quite a few issues. One thing I'm confused about is my doctor said it typically takes years to accumulate and cause damage to organs. I asked why my iron levels were fine in February, and my ct scan a year ago didn't show any issues in my liver and he didn't really have an answer for me. But my GI symptoms started long before this was recently found, so who knows?
    Hemachromatosis can cause gall bladder AND pancreas issues
    Sorry, but where is the proof?  It can cause celiac-like damage, but not actual celiac disease.  Once off the medication, healing occurs.  Of course there could be the possibility that you already had undiagnosed celiac disease when you went on this drug.  Many  things (more than a dozen) can cause sprue damage to the small intestine: https://www.cureceliacdisease.org/faq/what-else-can-cause...