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kareng

Member Since 26 Jan 2010
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In Topic: Question Regarding Dh Symptoms.

Today, 04:22 AM

I think Dh is always blistery and itches.  I think the amount of itchiness may just depend on each person's ability to tolerate it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.curecelia...erpetiformis-dh

 

"Dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) is an itchy, blistering skin condition that’s a form of celiac disease. The rash usually occurs on the elbows, knees and/or buttocks, and is characterized by its bilateral nature; both knees (and/or both arms) are affected, seldom just one. Many people with DH have no digestive symptoms and only about 40% of them have the positive blood tests (serology) for celiac disease. However, they almost always have the same, gluten-dependent intestinal damage as those with the more common symptoms of celiac disease."

 

 

Not sure if we have any currently active members with skin biopsy diagnosed DH?


In Topic: Talenti Gelato

Yesterday, 02:22 PM

Well said, Gemini!


In Topic: Probotics -kyo- Dophilus

Yesterday, 12:50 PM

Just want to point out that the original post is from 2009.  Its possible ingredients have changed in that time.


In Topic: The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat

Yesterday, 08:24 AM

Hamburger pie, cantelope & iced sugar cookies

http://www.bettycroc...06-a8ffc3483710

In Topic: Possible Ncgs?

Yesterday, 04:31 AM

My dad thinks it's anxiety too . .so does my boyfriend. /: Here were my test results in February 5:
 

 

 

Maybe it is? Maybe it is something else. 

 

But - if you did not have any symptoms of Celiac, why would they test you?  I bet you had some.  And I am a bit confused - were you already mostly gluten free when you had the Celiac tests?

 

And in your first post, you listed things you ate -  No. those foods - fries, salmon coated with who knows what, etc are probably not gluten free enough for a Celiac.


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