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Welcome to the board.  Does she have any symptoms other than the rash?  Has she had any celiac testing done? That should be your first step. Make sure that she doesn't go gluten free until testing is complete.


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3 hours ago, ravenwoodglass said:

Welcome to the board.  Does she have any symptoms other than the rash?  Has she had any celiac testing done? That should be your first step. Make sure that she doesn't go gluten free until testing is complete.

She was tested a few years ago but has been on oral steroids a lot so test came back negative but my grandfather is a celiac

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On 4/15/2017 at 6:21 PM, Hellodee2 said:

I had patches like that on the back of my neck. Doc gave me a steroid cream and told me it was eczema and sent me on my way. The cream worked and now I only get small patches here and there. I've been diagnosed Celiac for 10 yrs and that happened after 2 years gluten free.

My son had severe eczema from dairy sensitivity. Might want to look into other possible food sensitivity.

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