What should I do to be cured from Partial Villous Atrophy?

by Anupama
(Bangladesh)

What should I do to be cured when I dnt have a gallbladder and suffering from partial Villous Atrophy? How can I get rid of this problems? I am only 24 years old. I lost my weight, suffering from diarrhea, malnutrition, anemia, bone pain, and gastric problems.


My doctor didn't find any infection in my stomach and colon still yet. But my stomach malfunctioning is increasing. Please, I want to know what should I do for being cured from it.

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What do you think causes partial villous atrophy
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Anupama,

I'm a bit confused. Since you are asking this on a page about gluten sensitivity, I have to come to the conclusion that you understand the relationship between gluten and partial villous atrophy.

Please answer a few questions for me though, so that I can understand better what you know:

1) Do you understand what, exactly, is partial villous atrophy? What do you believe is causing your villous atrophy?

2) Do you know what Celiac Disease is and what causes it?

3) What did your doctor tell you?

4) You must have done some research on gluten to be asking this question on a page about gluten sensitivity. What is your understanding about what gluten is and how and in what type of people it causes problems?

I'm confused because this problem seems extremely straight forward and I'm unsure as to why you don't know what to do since you are on a page about gluten sensitivity.





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