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Blood pressure drug linked to gluten sensitivity-like symptoms

Olmesartan, a drug used for lowering blood pressure that does not have many side effects, has been found to induce coeliac disease-like symptoms in 22 patients.

A study published on line in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings led by Dr Joseph A Murray has shown how 22 patients on olmesartan presented at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., US with coeliac-like symptoms but who tested negative for coeliac disease, experienced a complete recovery after stopping taking the drug.

Source: The Mayo Clinic

June 2012

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