Could my hyperthyroidism have caused my celiac disease?

Probably not. Thyroid disease and celiac disease are both disorders of the immune system, so they may be related in some way. However, one disease probably does not cause the other.

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Could a bout of systemic candida infection have caused my celiac disease?

Unlikely. It is highly unlikely, although medicine is more detective work than medical work. The fact is that finding the cause is less important than simply treating the disease. Read more...

Help please! Could celiac disease cause gastritis in stomach?

Possibly. I have seen many patients with celiac disease that have inflammation in other parts of their upper GI tract (i.e. esophagus or stomach). The key would be to start by going gluten free and see if symptoms resolve. If they do not, your doctor may consider another endoscopy to see how your stomach is doing. . Read more...

Egd shows 4 yr old has "chemical gastropathy" no history of meds. Could celiac disease cause this?

Talk to GI doc. I don't understand what this term means and you thus call the doctor who made the diagnosis to provide you with an explanation as well as treatment options. Celiac disease is considered an immunologic disease and not a chemical problem. Read more...