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Can Leaky Gut Syndrome Cause Hives
Hives? Rash? It keeps spreading it starts as a red area then a welt appears and it itches and burns/stings on legs arms lower back and lower abdomen
Hive & rash: you have urticaria or allergic dermatitis, it is best if you see your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment, at the mean time try an antihistamine such as Zyrtec or Benadryl, (diphenhydramine) hydrocortisone cream, but you need to find out what you are allergic to. Good luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
41 KD not diagnostic: The 41 kd result is not specific. I cannot incriminate the leaky gut as the reason for the 41 kd ...Read more
Can leaky gut syndrome cause chronic issues?Developed multiple food allergies& get extreme fatigue/brainfog after eatinANYTHING-sound like leaky gut?
CELIAC VS ALLERGIES: Celiac vs Food Allergies is sometimes difficult to distinguish. True gluten allergy with Celiac antibodies is less common. You may have a leaky Gut. You need full exam and lab testing especially TFTS/VITD/Celiac Panel/HPYLORI. Stool samples x 3 . While waiting start a gluten free diet Wholeapproach.com gutbliss.com and rotate your food. Food allergy testing. A food diary and elimination may help ...Read more
Be discerning: "Leaky gut syndrome" is a "pop" / "fad" diagnosis based on some work in the 1980's suggesting that some people have extra-permeable intestinal linings. Supposedly this causes most / all disease. The simple test using the ability to absorb sucrose molecules intact could show that it's real; the burden of proof remains on believers. If you decide you have this, you'll never fell well again. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Many kids with autism have digestive problems. There is a problem with the calcium channels at the cell level in autistic spectrum disorders in both brain cells and some of the cells in certain parts of the digestive system. But the digestive problems are just another symptom, not the cause of the disorder. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diarrhea, intestinal: In leaky gut syndrome the lining of the intestine fails to carry out the role of protecting the body. The lining of gut is normally equipped with layers of immune cells as well as mechanisms to deal with changes in the environment in the intestine. When the barrier effect of the lining of the intestinal mucosa is lost, thousands of bacteria and fungi staying at the gut will cause many symptoms. ...Read more
Be discerning: The claim that an extra-permeable gut admits "poisons" into the blood that cause most if not all known health problems was based on some real scientific work from the 1980's but has become a cult / pop diagnosis. It's found almost no acceptance among scientific physicians; the burden of proof's on its proponents. Self-diagnose with it and you'll never feel well again. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can yeast overgrow in the body and cause things like leaky gut syndrome, oral thrush and fungal rashes?
My four-year-old autistic son has a lot of yeast in his stool. Can this be a symptom of leaky gut syndrome or cause brain fog?
Myth: Everyone has yeast in their stool. It is ubiquitous in nature and comprises a variable part in the stool within hours of birth.It tends to increase in proportion after antibiotic use kills off good bacteria in the gut, and return to lower levels after the other gut germs rebalance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
"Pop" diagnosis: Mainstream medicine knows little about the impact of food choices on overall health. "Leaky gut" is real and it's at the physician's discertion with informed consent to the patient. You do need to know that any suggestion that most autoimmune disease or mental illness is due to "leaky gut" would be, at this time, irresponsible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Leaky gut: That is a tricky question because we are not commonly taught about "leaky gut" in allopathic medical training, so it is not a common diagnosis. It is a very common condition in my opinion as an M.D. with certification in Functional Medicine. There is current research at Harvard by Dr Allessio Fasano around this, so it should be more and more recognized by all physicians in the coming years. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Safe in moderation: In researching your question i learned some interesting info. I knew yerba mate was a rich source of vitamins & antioxidants and is purported to have many health benefits.It also has caffeine & theobromine & thus a stimulant. Nothing in it should aggravate lgs & many of it's nutrients may help lgs to heal. But i also learned that heavy consumption is associated with risk of GI cancers!see comment:. ...Read more
Say i got rid of the worms i had , could leaky gut syndrome be mistaken as thill having the worms ?
Why is leaky gut syndrome not accepted by medicine? It seems to make sense-insuf metab molec's enter blood trigger autoimmune complexes etc etc
We are science-based: There are many theories for many disorders, which shows that people are thinking and imagining the possibilities... And that is a great thing. Of course, it is the 21st century now, and no theory should be believed until it is shown to be true. That's the role of scientific research. So, no matter how good a theory sounds, it gets believed only when there is good research evidence to support it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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