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Gluten Sensitive Legs Burning
If a person is gluten intolerant can eating gluten cause tingling and burning in the legs and feet?
Wheat barley rye contains gluten, a protein molecule that in susceptible people can cause reactions and long term illness. There is celiac, the most well known and severe gluten disease. There is gluten sensitivity, affecting more people, but usually milder. There is wheat allergy, less common than the others. The treatment, for now, is to avoid all gluten in ...Read more
Whats conditions cause numb burning pain on left side? I've had numbness and burning pain 24-7 on left side for 3 years been to many drs .Still have yet found out a cause .I juss live with burning pain n sensitive to hot and cold .Muscles in left leg gett
Neuropathic pain: Your symptoms suggest that you may have had some pathology in the right brain and subsequently developed the burning pain on left side. Regardless of whether a brain lesion was or is found the symptoms still suggest neuropathic pain. See a pain management specialist and who is also a neurologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have burning arms and legs. Legs and arms are sensitive to touch. Also, i randomly get a sharp burning pain in my head that lasts a few seconds. ?
15mt ago itchy rash on legs.Full body 3mt later.4docs/many meds/biopsies/blood test=nothin.Wondring if wheat/gluten allergy? Suddenly start at age 42?
What did the Dr say?: Forget about wheat allergy or gluten sensitivity. Dermatologist among "4 docs"? "Many meds" means nothing unless you name them. What was found on biopsies? Blood tests? This has no meaning without revealing what tests and what readings. This may be serious or, at least, very debilitating. You will get nowhere on the internet. Suggest you try to get to dermatology at nearest medical school. ...Read more
I have been getting hives about 2 hours after I eat something containing wheat and or gluten. Today is the worst. I have one huge hive on each eyelid, hives all over my legs and arms and some on my stomach and buttocks. What do you suggest besides Benadry
Zyrtec or allegra (fexofenadine): Both are fast acting 2nd gen antihistamines of long duration. 2 hours is somewhat lengthy delay in developing symptoms, but if this happens consistently, then it could be an antibody-mediated allergy. Such an allergy may progress and become life threatening, particularly since wheat is involved. Suggest seeing an Allergist to diagnose the reaction. May need an epipen (epinephrine) to carry for safety. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually disc: Excruciating pain from the hip down to the ankle can be due to a disc prolaplse causing nerve root pressure or the possiblity of a bony injury producing irritation of the adjoining nerve and or muscle needs to considered. Bursal inflmmation around the hip can also produce these symptoms. ...Read more
Burning leg pain: Burning pain in the legs can be due to vascular claudication or lack of enough oxygen due to a bloodvessel constriction. It may also be due to neurogenic claudication, or pressure on the nerve roots in the lower part of the spine. Sometimes a combination of the two, or just fatigue from working out too hard. Speak to your doctor about the circumstances when it occurs. That is key! ...Read more
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