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Hi @mpflood7 – I wish I had an answer for you but I don't I did a search of Connect and found a member from 2018 with the same symptoms/condition you have but there was only one reply – Hereditary Hemochromatosis (HH) and Celiac Disease (CD): https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/hereditary-hemochromatosis-hh-and-celiac-disease-cd/
I did find a Sharing Mayo Clinic story that you may find helpful – Busy Father Finds Way Forward Despite Hemochromatosis: https://sharing.mayoclinic.org/2016/12/16/care-at-mayo-clinic-gives-a-busy-father-a-way-to-move-forward-despite-hemochromatosis/
Have you thought about getting a second opinion?
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Thank you very much John. The second article mentions a Gastroenterology/Hepatology doctor at Mayo Clinic Florida with expertise in my Hemochromatosis condition. I just contacted him to get his advice on my condition. Oddly, though I live in Florida, the Mayo Clinic in Florida doesn't accept my health insurance – but Mayo Clinic Minnesota does. So I am asking the FL Gastro for a referral to a doctor at Mayo MN. Nothing like knowledge and expertise, and especially when it comes to life-threatening matters. You are doing God's work., Thank you profoundly.
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