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When you go to the doctor, your blood tests may reveal that you have a problem. Many people
with gluten intolerance have low levels of nutrients in their blood. For example, you may have a
low amount of iron. This malnutrition is due to your body not being able to absorb nutrients.
Beyond your digestive system you may also ha ve other symptoms. People with gluten
intolerance often report having skin problems such as dry skin or eczema. Many wonder why
they seem to bruise for no reason. They also sometimes experience joint pain. These aren’t
symptoms you would necessarily expect to be related to a food allergy, but they are.
Women who have gluten intolerance also tend to have more problems with their menstrual cycle.
It may be irregular with no other explanation. Because of this they may even have problems
with fertility and women who have gluten intolerance are also at greater risk for miscarriage.
Headaches are another common symptom of gluten intolerance. You may also find that you’re
more irritable and moody than normal because of this food allergy. Depe nding on your body,
you may experience only one or two of these symptoms while some people experience a
multitude of them.
There are behavioral conditions that are provoked by a gluten allergy such as, depression,
irritability and constant fatigue. In fact, if you’ve recently been diagnosed with fibromyalgia,
consider getting tested for celiac disease. O ften these two disorders of misdiagnosed as the
One other condition that seems to have a connection to gluten sensitivity or allergies is autism.
The theory behind this is since the adult human body ha s a hard time processing the wheat
grains, children have greater difficulty. This has been linked to a condition referred to as “brain
fog”, which provokes symptoms of autism such as poor focus, irritability, and hyperactivity in