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    Look up dyshidrotic eczema. It is a type of eczema that consists of tiny itchy blisters on the hands and/or feet. The blisters happen, dry up, then the skin cracks and peels. If left, it cycles over and includes swelling.  I get this if I get glutened. It is a horrible condition. I had it constantly for a little over two years before I found a doctor who suggested I go gluten, dairy, and nightshade ...
    Okay  then. If you feel better when avoiding gluten it is likely it is gluten sensitivity. But you really need to educate yourself on how gluten is hidden in prepackaged foods, meds and supplements, particularly when you consider the issue of cross contamination, even when wheat, barley or rye are not intentional ingredients. 
    Forgot to mention I'm sorry, my endo who I'm seeing for my tryroid sent me to test antitransglutaminasa iga (wich I mentioned in the other before) and antigliadin iga and both came back negative for celiac.

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