191.DH as a celiac symptom Moderated discussion and help for gluten free, coeliac, celiac, wheat allergies or intolerance, Cookery and recipes part 3

Re: DH as a celiac symptom: from Peter on 2009-09-22

In the UK it is legal to sell products as gluten-free which use wheat flour processed to remove the gluten. Very small traces remain and some people react to this, or to other proteins from the wheat.
Try and avoid any products which contain this starch

Re DH as a celiac symptom: from on 2009-10-07

yes it can be, i had my DH only 3-5 times in the last 20 years, every break out was about 3-5 month. numerous doctor visit, said it was psoriasis, eczema, washing powder allergy...etc steroids, anti-biotics and anti-histamins after my skin cleared up.

last out break about two month ago dermatologist offered hystology, now they know it was DH. no more itchy night for me, the blisters disappered in 2 days iam on gluten free diet, feeling 60 percent better still recovering after such long time i guess. it took them 20 years to find what was the problem....

I dont belive there is any skin problem without problems inside, but doctors know eczema and psoriasis, steroid cream good for most of it, and they dont want look behind the scene....

good luck with your husband, hope you can figuer this problem out sooner than i did

Re: DH as a celiac symptom: from anita on 2009-10-07

i confermed dh with hystology test, and i had it on eyelid, face and neck, it took them about 20 years to figure it out blood test was negative.

try the full gluten free diet my dh disapered in two days

Re DH as a celiac symptom: from thinx2much on 2010-08-08

Yeah, this sounds exactly like me. no gluten, citrus, chlorine, etc. drink mineral water and organic oils. however i can't eat flax at all (TERRIBLE migraines). it's so hard to go through this life with these stupid limitations. took me 20 years to figure out