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Subscriber Newsletter May 29, 2015

A Gluten Free Works Notification for Health Guide Subscribers
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Dear << Test First Name >>:

Welcome to the Gluten Free Works Health Guide Newsletter!

Today’s issue covers reproductive disorders in gluten sensitivity and celiac disease. Both male and female reproductive problems are included.

Please email us questions or topic suggestions at info@glutenfreeworks.com.

Thank You!

-John Libonati, Publisher
Gluten Free Works Health Guide


Reproductive Disorders and Gluten 

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Inflammation and nutritional deficiencies from gluten impact reproduction in both men and women.

Inflammation interferes with bodily processes and deficiencies lead to dysfunction in reproductive organs.

Disorders range from congenital malformations to infertility to miscarriage to delayed puberty. Fortunately, many of the problems can be avoided or corrected through removing gluten from the diet and correcting the existing nutritional deficiencies.

Tip: Visit the male and female reproductive disorders listed below. Each page describes the condition and offers steps to correct the disorder or improve the well-being of affected individuals. Print the pages to bring to your doctor or affected friends or family members.

Author: John Libonati


Reproductive Disorders in Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac Disease

The following male and female reproductive disorders can directly or indirectly stem from gluten sensitivity and/or celiac disease.

Infertility in Females

What Is Infertility In Females? Infertility in females is characterized by failure to conceive after one year of intercourse. This condition can be frustrating and emotionally upsetting to the parents trying to conceive. What Is Infertility In Females In Celiac Disease and/or …

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Candida Albicans Mucosal Infection

What Is Candida Albicans Mucosal Infection? Candida albicans infection, called candidosis or candidiasis, is an opportunistic invasion of mucous membrane by candida albicans, an endogenous yeast found in 40 to 80% of normal human beings. Q: How does candida albicans …

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Secondary Amenorrhea

What Is Secondary Amenorrhea? Secondary amenorrhea is a menstrual disorder characterized by absence of menstruation for more than 3 months in females who had previously menstruated. Menstruation is the shedding of the endometrium (inner lining) of the uterus that occurs two weeks …

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Infertility In Males

What Is Infertility in Males? Infertility in males is characterized by inability to either produce sperm or to produce viable sperm or mobile sperm resulting in prohibiting fertilization of the female ovum (egg). To the left is a false-colour scanning …

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Delayed Puberty In Girls 

What Is Delayed Puberty In Girls? Delayed puberty in girls is a concerning condition characterized by decreased functional activity of the ovaries resulting in late onset of ovulation and secondary sex characteristics. Q: When should puberty in girls begin? A: …

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Primary Dyspareunia (Painful  Intercourse)

What Is Primary Dyspareunia (Painful Intercourse)? Dyspareunia is a distressing female genital disorder characterized by pain during or after coitus involving the labia, vagina or pelvis. There are two types of dyspareunia: primary which affect the vagina itself in the …

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Early Menopause or Ovarian Failure

What Is Early Menopause? Early menopause is the permanent cessation of menstruation in females before the age of 40 years characterized by vasomotor instability (hot flashes/cold episodes), psychologic and emotional symptoms and profound changes in the lower genital tract. The …

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Obstetrical Complications

What Are Obstetrical Complications? Obstetrical complications are reproductive disorders during pregnancy, labor and delivery that endanger the mother and unborn infant. Complications may result from prolonged constipation, malnutriton, hormonal imbalance, infection, systemic disease such as diabetes, obesity, tumors of the uterus, …

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Turner’s Syndrome 

What Is Turner Syndrome? Turner syndrome is a sex chromosome abnormality in females characterized by failure of the ovaries to respond to pituitary hormone stimulation as a consequence of having complete or partial absence of the two sex (X) chromosomes. …

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Sperm Abnormalities 

What Are Sperm Abnormalities? Sperm abnormalities are the result of gonadal dysfunction (testicles) characterized by inability to either produce sperm or to produce viable sperm or mobile sperm which results in prohibiting fertilization of the female ovum. Q: How are sperm …

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Impotence

What Is Impotence? Impotence is an erectile dysfunction disorder in males characterized by the distressing inability to achieve or maintain an erection satisfactory for coitus. What Is Impotence In Celiac Disease and/or Gluten Sensitivity?

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PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome) 

What Is PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome)? Premenstrual syndrome is a menstrual disorder that occurs regularly during the last week of the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle and starts to subside a few days before menstruation begins and is absent the …

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Dysmenorrhea (Painful Periods)

What Is Dysmenorrhea? Dysmenorrhea is a distressing menstrual disorder in females characterized by cramping and spasmodic pain that occurs regularly just before or during menstruation. What Is Dysmenorrhea In Celiac Disease and/or Gluten Sensitivity?

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Miscarriage (Spontaneous Abortion)

What Is Miscarriage? Miscarriage, or spontaneous abortion, is a reproductive failure characterized by loss of an unborn baby before the 20th week of pregnancy. What Is Miscarriage In Celiac Disease and/or Gluten Sensitivity?

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Short Duration of Breast Feeding 

What Is Short Duration Of Breast Feeding? Short duration of breast feeding, or lactation, is characterized by inadequate milk production by a mother who has just given birth. Normally, lactation begins with the production and release of colostrum from the …

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Delayed Puberty in Boys

What Is Delayed Puberty in Boys? Delayed puberty in boys is characterized by lack of growth and functional activity of the male gonads, called testes or testicals, to produce testosterone by age 14 and failure to grow pubic hair by age 15. …

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Hypogonadism In Adult Males That Is Unexplained  

What Is Unexplained Adult Male Hypogonadism? Hypogonadism in males is a distressing reproductive disorder characterized by inadequate production of male andogen hormones and/or spermatozoa by the testes. Q: How do andogens affect reproductive health? A: Male androgen hormones control the …

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Infertility In Males

What Is Infertility in Males? Infertility in males is characterized by inability to either produce sperm or to produce viable sperm or mobile sperm resulting in prohibiting fertilization of the female ovum (egg). To the left is a false-colour scanning …

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Inflammatory Vaginitis

What Is Inflammatory Vaginitis? Inflammatory vaginitis, also called desquamative inflammatory vaginitis, is a female genital disorder characterized by non-infectious tissue inflammation of the vagina (birth canal). Inflammatory vaginitis presents in females of any age including girls with a history of discomfort, …

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Late Menarche (Start of Periods)

What Is Late Menarche? Late menarche is a menstrual disorder in girls characterized by abnormal delay of menstruation, with or without breast development. The menarche is the first menstrual period or the start of menstruation. It should start within 3 …

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