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Gluten Digestion Sympathy Problems?

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My husband has not given up gluten but does not eat it as often in support of me. For example, he doesn't have gluten regularly at home any more but will when we go to a restaurant and occasionally fixes himself a sandwich. He now has painful consiptation after eating gluten and says this is norma for anyone who stops eating gluten regularlyl?? Has anyone found this to be the case for non gluten sensitive people to suddenly have a hard time with gluten digestion?

I'm concerned not only because he is having this problem but also has the psoriasis on the scalp problem I'm hearing a lot of about around here and a slight family history of suspicious illnesses and characteristics (although not nearly as much of one as I do).

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My husband has not given up gluten but does not eat it as often in support of me. For example, he doesn't have gluten regularly at home any more but will when we go to a restaurant and occasionally fixes himself a sandwich. He now has painful consiptation after eating gluten and says this is norma for anyone who stops eating gluten regularlyl?? Has anyone found this to be the case for non gluten sensitive people to suddenly have a hard time with gluten digestion?

I'm concerned not only because he is having this problem but also has the psoriasis on the scalp problem I'm hearing a lot of about around here and a slight family history of suspicious illnesses and characteristics (although not nearly as much of one as I do).

My husband decided to go gluten free with me because he had "some tummy issues" and because it would be easier for both of us. Then he started cheating when he got back to the land of sourdough bread, and threw in a few beers for good measure. Next thing he knew he broke out in DH on his forehead :o It is not at all uncommon for one to find one has married one of one's own!! (P.S. his mom had MS). And I am the one with psoriasis (it's a real b**tch in the scalp :blink: ) If he catches it now he has a chance of recovery; for me it was too late! Tell him to go ahead and eat it and get tested. Then he will know for sure if he can afford to cheat.

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