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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I get this rash alot in between my fingers when I have too much sugar. Looks kind of like the beginning of ringworm. Coconut oil and antifungals seem to help.
  2. Not sure, but I know my Epstein-Barr was extremely elevated when i was really sick as a celiac. High ANA and white blood cell count also. I was put on an anti-viral and treated for candida, which seemed to help bring it back down. Hope this helps.
  3. I had a fever of 105 after drinking some wine one night and went to the ER for it, docs have not been able to figure out for 4 years. I ran a low grade fever for about 6 months. I recently have discovered that all my problems have been from gluten. I had a high ANA and white blood cell count, and elevated Epstein-Barr. Celiac disease can cause yeast to proliferate, which teams up with Epstein-Barr, so my body was fighting against all of this. I was tested for celiac long ago, but was on the gluten-free diet at the time, which explains my negative results. Lately ingesting gluten has caused all of my symptoms to return, which has proven to me that without a doubt I have this disease. FINALLY after 4 years the pieces have come together!!