My daughter (32) with partly resolved thyroid problems has seen the return of eczema on one of her hands. It is working it's way in an angry red line across the back of her hand from wrist to fingers. Some years ago before the diagnosis of hypothyroidism (privately - not on the NHS) she had VERY bad, painful eczema on the palms of both hands. This was relieved once she started taking thyroid replacement. She has had various allergy tests and is very allergic to gluten and corn as well as sensitive to other foods. Despite careful dieting to avoid these foods the eczema is still there. She has had negative coeliac test (full range), but we have learnt that eczema on the hands can often be a symptom of coeliac disease.
Does anyone have any thoughts please on how to relieve this problem? Thank you. Jane