All About Celiac Disease

Do you know that there are no typical signs and symptoms for all people suffering from celiac disease? The celiac disease symptoms vary from person to person. People suffering from celiac disease often complain of having general gastric complaints, abdominal pain, intermittent diarrhea, bloating etc.

You all would be sad to read that celiac disease mimic symptoms of other conditions and makes celiac disease more challenging. The list of these symptoms is skin disorders, crohns disease, gastric ulcers, anemia, parasitic infection, nervous disorders, irritable bowel etc.

Celiac DiseaseVarious celiac disease signs and symptoms you should know about

Some of the celiac disease symptoms are mentioned below-have a look!

1. Dental and bone disorder (such as osteoporosis)
2. Stomach discomfort
3. Depression
4. Tingling sensation in legs and feet (neuropathy)
5. Irritability
6. Skin rash
7. Joint pain
8. Muscle cramps
9. Mouth sores

Celiac disease results in mal absorption of nutrients. Depending on the degree of mal absorption, various signs and symptoms of celiac disease are written below- check them out!

1. Diarrhea
2. Anemia
3. Abdominal cramps, gas and bloating
4. Coetaneous bleeding
5. Easy bruising
6. Flatulence
7. Epistaxis (nose bleeding)
8. Fatigue or general weakness
9. Borborygmi (stomach rumbling)
10. Foul smell or grayish stools that are often fatty and oily
11. Panic attacks
12. Hypocalcaemia/ hypomagnesaemia
13. Pallor (unhealthy pale appearance)
14. Infertility
15. Osteoporosis
16. Iron deficiency anemia
17. Nausea
18. Lymphocytic gastritis
19. Muscle weakness
20. Muscle wasting
21. Hematuria (red urine)
22. Gastrointestinal symptoms
23. Gastrointestinal hemorrhage
24. Obesity
25. Peripheral neuropathy (nerve damage)
26. Weight loss
27. Stunted growth in children
28. Voracious appetite
29. Vertigo
30. Vitamin K deficiency
31. Vitamin B12 deficiency
32. Vitamin D deficiency

The second set of celiac disease symptoms are:

1.  Autism
2. Attention deficit disorder
3. Bacterial overgrowth
4. Down syndrome
5. Epilepsy
6. Heart failure
7. Growth hormone deficiency
8. Migraine headaches
9. Intestinal bowel syndrome
10. Multiple sclerosis
11. Psoriasis
12. Sarcoidosis
13. Schizophrenia
14. Sepsis
15. Sjogrens syndrome
16. Thrombocytopenic purpura
17. Thyroid and pancreatic disorders
18. Tuberculosis
19. Liver disease
20. Kidney disease
21. Impotency
22. Gall bladder disease
23. Cognitive impairment