Summit for Wellness Podcast - Celiac Disease

by Bryan Carroll, CFMP, FNTP, FAFS and Terri Ward, MS, FNTP

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https://www.summitforwellness.com/11-celiac-disease-with-terri-ward/

 

Table 1. Extraintestinal Manifestations of Celiac Disease

Adverse pregnancy outcomes
Fatigue/tiredness
Amenorrhea/missed periods
Headaches/migraines
Anemia (both iron and folate deficiency anemia)
Hearing loss
Anxiety
Hepatitis
Aphthous stomatitis
Hypertransaminasemia/abnormal liver biochemistry
Arthralgia/arthritis (juvenile and rheumatoid)
Hyposplenism
Ataxia/balance and movement problems
Hypotonia
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Infertility
Autism
Miscarriage
Cancer/lymphoma
Miscarriage
Cognitive impairment/brain fog
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
Delayed puberty/menarche
Osteopenia/osteoporosis/bone loss
Dermatitis/dermatitis herpetiformis/skin rash
Peripheral neuropathy/tingling or numbness of hands and feet
Dementia
Psychosis
Dental enamel defects/hypoplasia
Schizophrenia
Depression
Short stature
Developmental delay
Thyroiditis
Early menopause
White matter abnormalities
Epilepsy/cerebral calcifications/seizures

Prevalence of Celiac Disease

NOTE:  On the podcast, the importance of retesting was not emphasized.  Testing is not “once and done”.  If you are at-risk and have tested negative for celiac disease, it is important that you are re-tested every few years because celiac can develop at any time.  Also, if you have celiac disease and are not responding to a gluten-free diet, retesting can help determine if you are having inadvertent gluten exposure.

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