Hi i have recently had a bunch of blood tests and found that my TSH levels are high so have been started on a low dose of levothyroxine, When i initially went to the docs i thought i might have a gluten sensitivity as my skin is poor, my hair falls out and eating food with gluten in gives me digestive symptoms. I have been told that i have had a negative result for coeliac disease but i'm not convinced that i'm not senstive to gluten. I haven't eaten any gluten for a couple of weeks and my skin is a lot clearer, i will carry on avoiding it as much as possible but don't feel like it will be the end of the world if i eat a cake... I have read online that there is a correlation between having an underactive thyroid and gluten sensitivity but all the different names and info is confusing. Could i have normal test results despite being sensitive?
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