Beer gives me diarrhea. Celiac disease?

UNLIKELY. It is very unlikely that only symptom you have is diarrhea when you drink beer.If you have other symptoms check with your doctor.

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22/f. I get diarrhea after I have 1 mixed drink with vodka, but no diarrhea when I drink beer? I do have celiac disease if that plays a role in it.?

If celiac, then... ..to be safe, stay away from all wheat-based vodkas if you have Celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity. However, you can still opt for a non-wheat, potato, corn, or grape based vodka which are typically cleared for gluten free consumption. The same holds for beer. Read more...

An indoscopy showed I may have celiac disease. How often would u get diarrhea with celiac disease?

Gluten in diet. By having gluten in your diet, even in hidden sources that you might not be aware of, the diarrhea would be evidence to you that you have gluten in the diet. It can be from cross contamination in restaurants, or in factors that use wheat to coat food products so they dont stick to the conveyor belt and dont list it as an ingredient in the food. It all is dose dependent and very individual. Read more...

My 5 year old has celiac disease. I change her diet but she still has diarrhea could there be more wrong?

Follow up with MD,RD. Follow up with your doc and dietician to make sure that 1) you are doing gluten free, 2) your daughter isn't "cheating"-intentionally or not, 3) nothing else is going on. Read more...
Living with Gluten. First it can take months for the bowel to begin the complicated process of healing from within.After primary resolution.many who will encounter gluten in unexpected sources:gravy on a meat, ice cream, treats of any form, school parties,etc.Even small exposures could trigger a flare in symptoms and return of diarrhea."Allergic Living Magazine is a good source for day to day information. Read more...
Hidden gluten. There are many hidden sources of gluten and cross contamination in food we eat. You can have her blood tested for antibodies that should improve if she is following the diet. Speak to your health professional about the foods she eats as well as possibility of products that contain gluten you may be unaware of. A stool evaluation for other causes of diarrhea can be done by the pediatrician. Read more...

Can celiac disease cause chronic severe constipation instead of diarrhea?

Unlikely. Celiac disease is secondary to damage to the lining of small intestine. Classic symptoms are diarrhea and weight loss. A small percent of patient may have constipation but not severe. Common causes of severe constipation are meds induced, diet related, not drinking enough fluids, and metabolic changes. Colonic inertia is another cause which requires a detailed workup. Hope this helps. Read more...

A 1/2 hour after I eat a hamburger & fries, I had diarrhea. Has few other Xs w/ certain, Products, bread or pasta could I have celiac disease?

Gastrocolic reflex. some people eat and go to the bathroom right away . It is called gastro-colic reflex and may be normal. Your doctor may run some simple test for full diagnosis and to exclude any illness. Read more...
Yes. Yes the diarrhea could be celiac disease. one thing to check would be if it is the hamburger buns or not. The only definitive test for celiac disease is to go on a gluten free diet. there are other food intolerances that can also cause similar symptoms so you need to keep watch on what foods seem to cause the problem and write them down to help to figure out the problem for sure. Read more...
Maybe. Celiac disease is possible, so is gall bladder disease and bacterial overgrowth of the intestine (esp if you've been on long term oral antibiotics for acne or long term meds like Prilosec). Irritable bowel syndrome also seems to be aggravated by certain types of carbohydrates so it can mimic celiac disease. See your doc. Get it checked out. Read more...

How often do you get diarrhea with celiac disease?

Bowels & celiac dis. Celiac disease, among its many manifestations, may result in diarrhea. Simplistically, exposure of intestine to gluten causes inflammation of affected gut lining, with a decrease in absorptive surface of that gut, & resulting malabsorption of food. The best & most enduring fix is to avoid eating gluten. Serum tissue transglutaminase antibody can help determine how successfully gluten is avoided. Read more...

I have celiac disease. Eat 100% gluten free, still get diarrhea. I take 12-30 imodium (loperamide) to stop it. Is this okay?

Imodium (loperamide) Will not comment on whether the diagnosis of celiac disease in you was or was not correct, but you are taking far more Imodium (loperamide) than recommended under federal guidelines. The maximum recommended dosage is. Read more...
Talk to your Dr. 1) Your doctor can check antibody levels as a surrogate to celiac disease activity. If they are up you may be eating gluten in hidden items (for example if something is fried in oil that also fired wheat containing food). 2) Another consideration is small bacterial overgrowth. Talk to your doctor to see if this fits. 3) Alternatively you may be in the rare group who are refractory to the diet. Read more...