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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Hi all!! I have celiac and have been gluten free since may 22 2012..i have been feeling good but have developed a bumpy rash on my face that is itchy..did i contaminate myself accidentally? The rash seems to be spreading had it for 2 days now

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Welcome to what I think is Gluten Withdrawl symptoms. I have a few tiny spots of goofy rash. I am in my first 3 months of gluten withdrawl. These did not appear right away. Mine are mild and recovering quickly.

Diana

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You might have Dermatitis Herpetiformis (DH), which is a skin ailment that only celiacs suffer from. While you're going gluten free, try to go iodine free, too. A lot of people need to ingest both gluten and iodine to break out in DH. Iodine can be found in iodized salt (you can buy non-iodized salt instead), seafood, asparagus, salty foods (french fries, chips, etc.), and sometimes dairy, depending on where you live.

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