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Hi all,

I've had small bumps on the back of my thighs and rear end most of my life. They are not noticable unless you really look close, don't itch, aren't red, don't pop, don't seem to cause any sort of problem, just little tiny flesh colored bumps. The other day I noticed that they are mostly gone (don't ask me why I was feeling that area, you don't want to know. :o ).

They've never gone away before and so I'm wondering if it has anything to do with going gluten free. I've been gluten free for a little under a year.

Anyone else have something like this?

Thanks!

S

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yep, had them on my upper thighs, butt and upper arms... completely gone while gluten-free... when glutened they come back... weird.

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Thanks! It's good to know that I am not alone. Interesting that I've always had these, but only food out about the gluten problem a year ago.

S

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My son and I have had the bumps our entire lives. Mine seem to be disappearing after 2 weeks gluten-free but now for the first time ever they are itching. Could this mean I'm getting glutened? How quickly would the bumps return after being glutened?

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Not sure, but I have had these on my butt, legs, knees and arms for years. I will have to see if they start to go away now that I am gluten-free.

They do itch occasionally...hmmmmm....now you really have me thinking! ;)

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Not sure, but I have had these on my butt, legs, knees and arms for years. I will have to see if they start to go away now that I am gluten-free.

They do itch occasionally...hmmmmm....now you really have me thinking! ;)

I aways thought those were just from dry skin...

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Yep, I had the same thing on my arms, back, lately even my face - they all have more or less disapeared with gluten-free diet. They pop up again on my body within a week of eating something bad.

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