...feeling relieved Ava @ava1

Treatment, healthcare system, diet

Haven't had the blood test for celiac disease? Do consider it, as damaged intestines can't absorb the vitamins which help prevent psoriasis. I've been eating 100% gluten free since an endoscopy in March w/ dramatic healing from ALL of my issues! 😊


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Ava @ava1

PS: I've now shared the above experience with most who have posted within the past month, because taking the blood test is easy. I wish I'd done that earlier, as it would have prevented the damage to my intestines which will take about a year to heal (due to my advanced age). Even so, I have begun healing and hope that some of you may identify celiac disease sooner rather than later - and heal as I've begun to. As all of my friends and family have noticed, I'm a new woman - lots of energy and many fewer symptoms. Praying the same for each of you!

Rosey @sue2023

That's different than what we suffer, gone gluten free, but celiac a different thing, sometimes it works, sometimes not

Ava @ava1

Rosie, autoimmune diseases tend to clump together. One may have several at a time. From what the surgeon discovered in my case, celiac disease came BEFORE my psoriasis. I just didn't know it, because I didn't exhibit the symptoms then. Celiac disease may not be the cause for everyone, but it is for many people and an easy blood test can reveal whether or not you're a likely candidate. I'm glad I found out, because gluten was actually killing me - and making me itch a lot!

Ashley @ashley6896

I totally quit eating bread and severity has been somewhat less. I hardly ever eat pasta.

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