Doctor insights on:
Can Too Much Cortisol Come From Celiac Disease
Uric acid: Uric acid results from the breakdown of purines predominately from meat.And animal byproducts. There ar hereditary factors that dictate this to some extent. At times there are metabolic abnormalities either with the excretion of uric acid or with a failure of improper metabolism of the uric acid resulting in gout. Vegetarians typically have low serum uric acid levels. ...Read more
Poor control: Complications of diabetes results from poor control of your blood sugar. In order to avoid complications from diabetes, you must work hard to keep your blood sugar under the recommended levels and maintain an acceptable hemoglobin A1c level. Eating too much can lead to the high sugar levels. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, not really: You are reading too much into the theory of free radicals...So i would not take everything you read literally!. I am not sure we can even make a claim that free radicals cause cancer. So just relax and exercise as much as you can or want to. It can only do you much more good than any harm that i can think of. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Iron overload: It is uncommon for iron overload to occur as a result of "too many pills". More likely etiologies are congenital disorders such as hemochromatosis or repetitive blood transfusions. It is important for you to be seen by a hematologist to determine how severe your iron overload is, what the etiology is, and what's the best treatment. ...Read more
Rare complications: Long-term untreated celiac sprue can rarely be associated with lymphomas of the bowel-these can be fatal (also can be treated, cured sometimes), increased risk for esophageal cancer (bad disease); other conditions associated which uncommonly can lead to complications. Recognized and treated celiac patients can live long, full, healthy lives. ...Read more
Adrenal or pituitary: What is the cause of your addison's? If the adrenals have failed, then the pituitary may be working fine, but the pituitary acth cannot stimulate a dead adrenal. If the pituitary is the cause of the addison's, then other hormones may also be affected. Best to discuss with your endocrinologist. ...Read more
No: No one has ever developed diabetes simply from eating too much sugar. Diabetes is more common as you get older, more common if you have a positive family history and is 70-90% related to being overweight. Yes, you can gain weight from eating too much sugar, but it's really total calories, as a gram of sugar has only 4 calories and it's 3,500 calories to gain a pound. ...Read more
Things to ponder: Celiac disease represents a fluke in the immune system. People with celiac who ingest gluten containing foods trigger production of antibodies that attack their tissues as if they were an invading germ. Any exposure to wheat will do this. The antibodies can linger for months & degree of damage varies. This can be mild or life threatening. Heavy exposures create lots of antibody. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can childhood asthma come back from prolonged stress? Is adrenal fatigue possible? How to strengthen adrenals?
Yes. No. GoodHabits?: Childhood asthma can come back, but if one is no longer a child, then it is just called asthma. The other way of looking at it is: the childhood asthma never completely left. Asthma symptoms come and go, so it's not surprising to come back. Adrenal Fatigue is a name some people use to describe some types of symptoms, but is not a real disorder. The symptoms are real, the "disorder" is not real. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Symptoms of too much cortisol
- Can thrush come back if i eat too much candy?
- Can you die from celiac disease?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Can you die from too much sleep?
- Can hands tingle from too much sodium?
- Can your kidneys hurt from drinking too much alcohol?
- Can you get constipated from too much fiber?
- Talk to a gastroenterologist online