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Signs and symptoms of celiac disease


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  • 1. Account Login No Account? Register Now! Home About Us Celiac Disease Get Involved Programs Newly Diagnosed Recipes News & Resources Children Conference Calendar Shop Contact Us Do You Have Celiac Disease? Find Your Symptoms ● Filter Systems by Symptom Keywords ● Alphabetical Listing of Symptoms ● Listing of Symptoms by Affected System ● Click here and try it now! Celiac Disease occurs in: ● 3.9 -12.3% of people with Type 1 Diabetes ● 5 -12% of people with Down syndrome ● 20% of people with collagenous colitis ● 4.5% of first degree relatives of people with celiac disease ● 5% of patients with autoimmune thyroid disease Autoimmune Connection:Individuals with the following autoimmune conditions should consider testing on a periodic basis: ● Type 1 Diabetes ● Thyroid Conditions Sources: Center for Disease ControlPeter H. R. Green et al. “Economic Benefits of Increased Diagnosis of Celiac Disease in a National Managed Care Population in the United States.” J Insur Med 40 (2008): 218–228.Cranney A, et al. “The Canadian Celiac Health Survey.” Dig Dis Sci. 52.4 (2007): 1087-95. 1994 European Journal of Endocrinology
  • 2. Signs & Symptoms of Celiac Disease Celiac disease symptoms vary so widely among patients that there is no such thing asa "typical celiac." The amount of intestinal damage that has occurred and the length of timenutrient absorption has been abnormal seem to be the factors that determine the type and severity of symptoms experienced.Some people with celiac disease report no symptoms at all, however they are still at risk for complications. With prevalence estimates nearing 1 in 100, celiac disease is the most common geneticdisease in the US. Review these symptoms and see a physician for further discussion and testing. Common Complaints Include ● Abdominal ● Irritable bowel cramping/bloating ● Joint Pain ● Anemia ● Mouth sores or ● Constipation cracks in the ● Diarrhea (See corners Stools below) ● Tooth enamel ● Energy loss defects ● Fatigue ● Weakness ● Infertility ● Weight loss Common Nutrient Deficiencies in Celiacs Minerals Vitamins ● Calciu ● Vitamin m A, D, ● Copper E, K ● Iron ● Folic ● Magne Acid sium ● Vitamin ● Phosph B 1,2, orus 3, 6, 9, ● Potassi 12 um ● Vitamin ● Seleniu C m ● Zinc Return to Celiac Disease
  • 3. Terms & Conditions · Privacy Policy · Shipping & Return Policy · Site Map · Contact Us2 Copyright © 2012 Celiac Sprue Association/United States of America, Inc. (CSA)All rights reserved. Nothing may be reprinted or reproduced in whole or in part without prior written permission from CSA. This site is provided solely by The Celiac Sprue Association and is free of any commercial advertising.The information provided on this site is not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice in diagnosing or treating a health problem. Please consult your healthcare provider about your health concerns. PO Box 31700 Omaha, NE 68131-0700 1941 S. 42nd Street Suite 522, Omaha, NE 68105 402-558-0600 · Toll Free: 877-CSA-4CSA · Fax: 402-643-4108 · Email: