I was diagnosed with dermititisherpetiformis about 5 years ago and have been on a strict gluten free diet ever since. I read every label when shopping to make sure of the contents and use the lotion and cream that my specialist prescribed but I still have the rash which is very severe at times. My doctor put me on Dapsone tablets too but they caused me to be aenemic so I cant take them now. I would appreciate any suggestion anyone may have.
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