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Hey,

 

I've recently being diagnosed with celiac disease after 4 months of being T1 diabetic. 

 

I'm going gluten free very soon and I'm wondering if my body is reacting to gluten by sweating all of the time? During the night I never sweat. When I get out of the shower on a morning, I get ready and by the time I get to college I have sweat patches under my arms?

 

I've tried stronger deodorant yet it still doesn't make it better. I've had no symptoms of celiacs disease at all however it is confirmed after 3 blood tests and they haven't found any other auto-immune diseases as far as I am aware. 

 

Does anybody else get this?

 

Regards

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I'm a sweater. Some months and weeks are worse than others. Exercise and stress (rushing) make me sweat a great deal.... Just the process of waking up does actually.  LOL  I'm afraid I did not notice any difference between when I was undiagnosed and now that I am gluten-free.  Sugar makes me sweat more - darn it.

 

Switch to antiperspirant, it helps keep you a bit drier.  Dressing in layers helps too.  You can strip layers off to get cool and then add a layer to disguise sweat.

 

Hopefully someone else can offer better advise.  Welcome to the board.  :)


Nicole 

"Acceptance is the key to happiness."

ITP - 1993

Celiac - June, 2012

Hypothyroid - August, 2012

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First, go over to the coping section and read the Newbie 101 thread. Great info there.

 

And for the sweating, crazy as it may sound, Milk of Magnesia under the arms will keep the odor away better than anything. It's a bit messy and you have to flap your arms a bit to dry it before getting dressed, but it works so well, costs less money, and doesn't have any of the bad for you stuff that deodorants and anti-perspirants have.


gluten-free since June, 2011

It took 3 !/2 years but my intolerances to corn, soy, and everything else (except gluten) are gone!

Life is good!

 

 

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