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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Dh In The Mouth?
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I cannot wear my dentures because for some reason my mouth feels so raw and

sore.I put my dentures in and an excess of saliva(?) and fluid built up under my uppers.Can you get dh in your mouth because of pressure from your dentures?

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Don't know about the pressure from the dentures, but you can break out in your mouth, ears, and nose. Have you checked your adhesive and your cleaning solution to be sure they are gluten-free?

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Gluten contamination often will cause mouth sores Also ... too much sugar ( I tend to go on a sweet binge now and then) and sometimes too much high acid foods, like tomato season out in the garden. Can't resist eating those like crazy either ;) Hope this helps.

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I am wondering the same thing, i think that i have DH in the mouth and cant find hardly any information on this, i have 1 small article that someone printed out for me but there is not web address on this, if anyone knows where i can find information i would greatly appreciate this!

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