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bruising in a patient with celiac disease usually means deficiency of vitamin K
Corners of mouth being inflamed indicate vitamin B complex (riboflavin) deficiency.
Exhaustion may mean that you have a low hemoglobin
this may be due to chronic lack of niacin or vitamin B3
lack of vitamin B3 can cause dermatitis.
You can take over the counter B complex vitamins but since in celiac disease absorption is poor it may not be absorbed very well and you may need to consult your doctor for parenteral or IV or intramuscular shots of vitamins.
You also need to have blood tests to have a look at your hemoglobin.
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We also need to know why you are fatigued. It could be due to low hemoglobin and it could also be due to low thyroid hormones due to hypothyroidism which is something commonly associated with celiac disease
Yes that is similar but you need a wider range of B complex vitamins
So I would recommend further testing and I would strongly recommend contacting your doctor or GP about it.
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