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 One summer I developed KP (Keratosis pilaris) just on my upper arms.  This was long before my celiac disease diagnosis.  


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11 hours ago, Hopeful1950 said:

It can appear almost anywhere. I had it on my upper arms, in my hair, ankles to knees, upper back, back of the neck, down my spine, lower back, forearms, elbows, but not on my face or front of my upper body.

Thank you so much! everything I read says nothing about upper arms. It's so frustrating!

 

11 hours ago, cyclinglady said:

 One summer I developed KP (Keratosis pilaris) just on my upper arms.  This was long before my celiac disease diagnosis.  

I've never heard of KP. I'll have to look into that. Thanks!

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6 hours ago, Awol cast iron stomach said:

I get kp flare on the back of my arms simultaneously when my DH flares on other parts of my body. My experience is you can have more than one skin issues flare when gluten. 

Good luck 

Thank you so much! That is good to know!

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