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Hey all, we have had a very warm humid and wet summer here in Virginia. I have noticed I have been having break outs of athletes foot and jock itch over the course of the summer. I know its pretty contagious in gyms as I do work out and during long spells of wet humid weather, but I wondered if celiacs folks are more vulnerable to longer and more intense periods of both issues. Also are their any sure fire remedies for eliminating these issues.
I'm having trouble finding the study that tells about the B12 intrinsic factor and gabapentin. I apologize, I'm usually so good to bookmark my references. But here are some reports that tell about antiepileptics and B12 deficiency. (Gabapentin is an antiepileptic drug.)
I'll keep looking for that study.
Sounds like you did have a symptom but you did not know it. You were probably malnourished. You might not have been able to digest everything completely. Now as you are healing, you are absorbing every single calorie.