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  1. Hi. I read the same thing and yet everytime i come in contact with gluten despite washing my hands, i first get the rash then the nausea, abdominal cramps and bloating.  The last couple of times this has happened has gotten me to thinking there's something else going on.  However, that said, the rash that i get is the same rash ive had for years before my diagnosis and appears only when Ive been exposed. Got any ideas?

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    2. bartfull


      Yes, just go to that thread, scroll down to the reply box and then after you've posted, hit submit - just like you did for your first post.

      While you're there, give us a bit of info about yourself, such as if and how you were diagnosed. Was it through blood testing, endoscopy, or biopsy of the rash? Or perhaps you are like many of us who are self-diagnosed. (There's nothing wrong with that. A lot of doctors are clueless about celiac and many of us never got an official diagnosis.)

      You are NOT alone. We will help you, and we will also give you a shoulder to lean/cry on. (((((HUGS)))))

    3. Karen P

      Karen P

      I havent gone anywhere. Still trying to find the original post I replied to while switching from my |Tablet to my Notebook.  Also, I checked out the DH pics and compared those to what I get and it's indeed DH on my butt.  So not nice.


    4. bartfull


      Here you go: http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/topic/91020-does-anyone-know-how-to-kill-or-inactivate-gluten/#comment-953610 

      Just click on the link and it'll take you there. Then scroll down to the reply box.

      They redid this site a week or so ago and it's harder to navigate now. What I do is click on the "all activity" button in the top left hand corner and it'll show any posts made anywhere on the site starting from the latest made. As you scroll down you will see older posts. A lot of the really old threads are no longer active and some of the info (especially about foods and brands that are gluten-free) are no longer valid because companies change their ingredients a lot over time. 

      But anyway, if you go to that "all activity" button you should be in good shape.