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#1 GFreeMO

 
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Posted 29 March 2012 - 08:22 AM

When you get glutened or eat one of your trigger foods on accident, as the pain lessens, do you ever get gas with mucus? I know that I have serious corn problems but I drank 2 sodas over the weekend and ever since, I have had an armpit rash that is now bleeding and gas, cramps and mucus. It's driving me nuts! -
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#2 T.H.

 
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Posted 29 March 2012 - 09:40 PM

Ow! Don't have the gastro symptoms myself, but just wanted to give you a virtual hug for the pain. *big honkin' hug*

Do you have anything that seems to help the rash? If you have any prickly pear cactus or aloe vera plants nearby, the inner pulp of both of those has worked well on any rashes my children have had.
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Posted 30 March 2012 - 01:02 AM

My gastro symptoms are fairly mild. I used to get a lot of gas, pain and mucus(either on its own or with loose stools) prior going gluten free. Now, if I get glutened, I still get the gas and the pain, but I get D instead of mucus, followed by C for a while. Seems to be a case of swings and roundabouts!

Sorry about the itchy rash. Not a fun place for it to come out.
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Posted 30 March 2012 - 09:35 AM

I am exactly the opposite. I use to get D with pain and gas. Now I don't get D, I get floating stool and mucus with pain and gas. I think that the mucus forms a protective layer that keeps a toxin from getting through and when it senses gluten, it makes a lot kind of like when your nasal passages produce mucus when you have a nasal allergy or a cold.

Thanks about the rash. It's pretty uncomfortable but it's getting better day by day.

Thanks for answering.

TH - thanks for the tips for the rash! I will try them.
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Posted 30 March 2012 - 09:41 AM

I am exactly the opposite. I use to get D with pain and gas. Now I don't get D, I get floating stool and mucus with pain and gas. I think that the mucus forms a protective layer that keeps a toxin from getting through and when it senses gluten, it makes a lot kind of like when your nasal passages produce mucus when you have a nasal allergy or a cold.

Thanks about the rash. It's pretty uncomfortable but it's getting better day by day.

Thanks for answering.

TH - thanks for the tips for the rash! I will try them.


Gluten-Free-of you have a problem with salicylates don't use the aloe! It's very high, the prickly pear would probably be, also since its a plant.

If not, try it. Both are very soothing.
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Posted 30 March 2012 - 10:04 AM

Gluten-Free-of you have a problem with salicylates don't use the aloe! It's very high, the prickly pear would probably be, also since its a plant.

If not, try it. Both are very soothing.

Thanks Prickly! I responded back to you in the DH section. :)
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Posted 31 March 2012 - 12:10 AM

When you get glutened or eat one of your trigger foods on accident, as the pain lessens, do you ever get gas with mucus? I know that I have serious corn problems but I drank 2 sodas over the weekend and ever since, I have had an armpit rash that is now bleeding and gas, cramps and mucus. It's driving me nuts! -


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Can you describe the armpit rash? Is it spot like, scabbed, mega itchy? It is a common DH area. If it is driving you nuts you probably can describe it and for us DH suffer'ers you'll probably get a response.
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Posted 31 March 2012 - 04:57 AM

GFreeMO
Can you describe the armpit rash? Is it spot like, scabbed, mega itchy? It is a common DH area. If it is driving you nuts you probably can describe it and for us DH suffer'ers you'll probably get a response.

Thats exactly what it looks like. Scabbed, insanely itchy. It's horrible. I use to get DH on my knees now it's my elbows, armpits and scalp.
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Posted 04 April 2012 - 04:24 AM

Sorry you got hit. I definitely get pain and gas, but I haven't noticed mucous. There is usually do much extreme D in there, I don't know if I'd notice it.
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Posted 04 April 2012 - 07:34 AM

Thanks! I usually get the mucous after the D is all finished. :angry:
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