"Since the villi in the small intestine are destroyed, many nutrients that should get in the body are not absorbed. This leads to a host of increasing health problems/symptoms that are actually secondary to celiac disease, as they are started from malnourishment of one (or usually more than one) nutrient... Lack of calcium can also lead to heart problems — weird palpitations and electrical problems in the heart, because the body need calcium in order for its nervous/electrical system to work properly."
I am wondering if there are any symptoms that aren't connected to this crazy disease that is so often overlooked by doctors.
Other symptoms of celiac disease include: low levels of vitamin D, osteoporosis, diarrhea, bloating, constipation, fatigue, anemia, depression, mouth sores, but some people have no digestive problems just the secondary complications from nutrient deficiencies. There is a full list of celiac disease symptoms on celiac.com.
The best test for celiac disease is through the Prometheus Lab. A GI doctor or a doctor who specializes in celiac disease can do this test. If you have these problems and they are doing bloodwork, it is worth being proactive and requesting a test for celiac.