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  1. I just wanted to say that I've thought about the same thing for years. I think 2 celiac dating sites tried to get up and running but were shut down for whatever reason. I've been working on making one as a hobby for the past 8 months. Hopefully I'll get there but if I had no prior experience for working with websites I'd say there is no way to make anything decent out of it. It's VERY hard work to customise and code certain aspects to build an excellent celiac dating/chatting site (REALLY complex database stuff). I've got quite far but got stuck on some coding issues. Also it must be free to use and I've already spent a lot of money on it. I am determined to get it done eventually though
  2. My problem was very similar to yours and it kept getting worse and worse. The itchy dry scalp turned greasy and I don't think I need to go into much detail as you probably know what I'm talking about. I've tried every shampoo I could find and none of them ever really worked. Sometimes it seemed like something worked but it was just an illusion. I tried a prescription shampoo which can also easily be purchased without prescription in most chemists here; It's called Ketopine shampoo. There are many shampoos with the active ingredient ketoconazole but this particular shampoo is of high quality and smells rather nice/pleasant. I've used this shampoo and nothing else for about 7 years now and I can't say I've noticed any problems with it (touch wood). It does dry my skin after a shower for a few hours but generally everything after is great. I once forgot about using this shampoo and used a normal one for 2 weeks. All of the initial problems returned. I'd say if you take this shampoo for 2 weeks your scalp and hair problems may well disappear; at least that's the only thing that worked for me.