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Suffering from itchy rashes, blood in bowel movement. Colonoscopy tested normal. What precaution should be taken?

hai my mother age 48y eaching rashes ,before ,after eating normal food and many time pass motion, bleeding also alredy counsult with doctor ,all check up. blood ,colonoscophyalso,not eating non veg,,allreport ,still passing motion bleeding also l,,whiwdoctors counsulting,what is the precaution,whichmedicine using,any more check up please answer the qustions
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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Hi! Your mother seems to be suffering from gluten sensitive enteropathy which is a chronic inflammatory disease of the small intestine which is triggered by a delayed onset allergic reaction to gluten in the normal diet.It is also accompanied by an intensely itchy rash .The only effective treatment is strict life-long and complete avoidance of wheat, rye and barley.Rather such patients can eat maize and rice.As colonoscopy is normal so nothing serious.Making these dietary changes shall help!
Answered: Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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