Symptoms of Celiac Disease, also called Celiac Sprue
by N J Howell
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A lot of the symptoms of this digestive disorder could also be attributed to other medical conditions so it's important to obtain an accurate diagnosis. However, the more of these common celiac sprue symptoms you have, the more likely your chances of getting that diagnosis from your doctor.
Celiac sprue is also known as celiac disease involving an intolerance to gluten. Most who are diagnosed with it are put on a gluten-free diet. Some believe that the culprit isn't really gluten but the result of pesticides such as round up that are sprayed on crops and, in the case of corn, fungicides that are being genetically engineered into the plant itself.
From a medical perspective, genetic predisposition determines whether a person will develop gluten intolerance or celiac disease. Western medicine classifies this condition as an autoimmune disease emerging from genetic predisposition. It affects over 2 million Americans... that's a lot of genetic predisposition! You can find more information about the disease, it's symptoms and available medical treatment options at the Celiac Disease Foundation.
Common Celiac Disease / Celiac Sprue Symptoms May Include:
Stool that appears looks fatty or is more pale than normal bowel movements
Pain in the joints or bones
Itchy rash (see article for more on this common symptom)
Symptoms of nerve damage such as tingling sensations in legs
Loss of tooth enamel.
This is not a complete list but some of the more common signs to look for and report to your doctor.
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Health Care Disclaimer: Celiac sprue symptoms are quite broad in range and many of the symptoms may also point to other conditions. It is important to get an accurate diagnosis if you choose to treat celiac disease with allopathic medicines.