. I think most prescribers ignore the first bit as they have no idea how to test for the "steatorrhoea due to gluten sensitivity". But if your dietitian is willing to do a trial and test for it - then that is a step forward, and hopefully other areas will.established gluten-sensitive enteropathies including steatorrhoea (excess fat in feaces) due to gluten sensitivity, coeliacs disease and dermatitis herpetiformis
wobblywoo wrote:I'm wondering if this can be part of HMS and if so what the causes might be? do gastro problems occur with HMS?... over the last year or so my tum has got bigger and bigger to the point i look pregnant but i have not actually put weight on anywhere else or as far as the scales show.
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