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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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When you get hives...do they usually show up in the same area? For some reason they seem to love my knees and elbows. Just curious. Unless, of course, it's not hives at all. Either way inquiring minds want to know.

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When I get hives they tend to move around...start on the outside of my upper arm, move to the inside then my armpits and down my sides.

 

It usually happens around wheat harvest time. (coming up at the end of the month for this area. /sarcasticglee)

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That's what I've always heard...that they move. Mine stay in the same spot for a few hours then poof. The swelling I get on the bottom of my feet and in my fingers sometimes moves about three hours later but...again,always to the same spot.

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