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Celiac may be the cause of infertility in some women

Celiac disease may be the underlying cause of infertility in some women claim researchers. The study involved testing women who’s infertility had no logical explanation for celiac disease. They found that a high proportion tested positive for celiac even though their symptoms were not always obvious. Researchers have thus correlated some infertility cases with celiac disease.

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Date: 25 October 2004

Source: IOL


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