Can Gluten Sensitivity Cause Diarrhea

I CANNOT CONTROL BOWELS

GUSHES OF BLOOD OR BLOODY STOOL OR LIQUID STOOL OVER TAKE ME AND DRIP OUT
IT IS SO EMBARRASSING AND IS PROHIBITING ME TO HAVE A REAL LIFE
HOW CAN I KNOW IF I HAVE GLUTEN OR CELIAC?
WHAT DO I ELIMINATE?
I AM ALWAYS TIRED
HUGE BLOATED STOMACH
SWELLED JOINTS
ADULT BREAK OUTS *(ACNE)
HAIR IS DRY AND FALLING OUT
STOMACH ALWAYS HURTS
HEAD FEELS LIKE IT IS IN A VICE
ANEMIC

IS THERE A TEST I CAN TAKE? WHAT TYPE OF DOCTOR CAN HELP?
I EAT AN ALL NATURAL/NO SODA/NO PRESERVATIVES/WHOLE FOODS BASED DIET

WTF!!

thank you in advance

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You need to read my site..
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Dina,

Every single question that you asked is answered on a page on my site and you asked too many questions for me to address them one by one.

In any case the answer is YES, you could have gluten sensitivity.

Please START with the page:

Gluten Sensivity and continue reading through to the pages with the UNDERLINED BLUE links. Those will take you to pages that will answer your questions.

Once you read through those pages, if you still have questions, then feel free to come back and ask another question.





OH, I would eliminate dairy as well to see if that could be causing your problems. Please TURN OFF YOUR CAPS LOCK when you ask another question next time please!


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loose stools
by: Anonymous

My son had loose bloody stools and my mother in law had uncontrollable loose stools with celiac disease. Go see a nutritionist who specializes in testing for gluten intolerance. They will need to do a genetic test not a blood test to check all markers for gluten sensitivity. Gastrologist have no idea what this is so don't waste your time. They only test for one genetic marker for gluten sensitivity.

Both my mother-in-law and son had multiple tests by different gastrologists who had no clue. It wasn't until I took my son to a nutritionist that we got the true results.

Hope this helps.

I Don't Agree
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

I actually don't agree. While getting the blood tests and going to see a gastroenterologist IS worthless, you can also have a negative genetic test and still have Non Celiac Gluten Intolerance and NOT test positive on a genetic test.

The best test is to go on a strict Gluten Free Diet and see how that makes you feel. Relying on testing of ANY sort to find out if you are gluten intolerance is bound to lead to years of unnecessary suffering and confusion when you are told by test after test after test that you are negative.

Don't fall into that trap....



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dyshidrosis/rashes
by: Kerri

Hi, I have had dyshidrotic eczema for the last 5 years, 3 years ago, at its worst it started moving up my forearms,and inner elbowsm neck, eyelids, which kind of oozes as well as itchy and red and swollen. Im currently taking 1.0mg of Prednisone 4xday and am dying to get off them but every time I get down 1mg, I start to itch.
Looking for insight, Kerri

Did you read the thread?
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Ummm, since you are commenting on a thread about gluten sensitivity, have you tried following the advice on the thread that you are commenting on and going on a gluten free diet?


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Rash that oozes and itches.
by: Anonymous

My mother had that for years and no one could fix it or stop it. It was an awful way to live. Now she has serious gluten allergy and we realize through study that that is what was causing the blistery rash so many years ago.

Definitely go gluten free.

Bloody stools should always be checked by a doctor.
by: Tania, RN

Please see your doctor if you find blood in your stools or have recurrent diarrhea. It may well be gluten, but cancer needs to be ruled out first.

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