Keyword: trigger

What triggers celiac disease?

Doctors acknowledge anecdotally that trauma and other stresses (e.g., illness, pregnancy) can trigger celiac disease, but there is no specific epidemiological research data to support a definitive conclusion.

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Can Accutane trigger celiac disease?

Although there is no clinical data yet to prove that Accutane (or any forms of retinoic acid), which treats severe acne, can trigger celiac disease, it is true that retinoic acid in animal systems–in the context of a mipre-existing even minimal intestinal inflammation–may amplify an inflammatory response. If we put this in context of celiac disease, then… Read more »

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Can menopause trigger celiac disease?

It’s possible that menopause can trigger celiac disease. The disease often activates due to an infection or other stress to the immune system while gluten is present in the digestive system.

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