Hi AlwaysRosie & Sharen,
Thanks for your responses. AlwaysRosie, Having the skin on your feet peel sounds quite bizzare, too. I'm glad it was a one-time thing. Sharen, It makes sense that the dry skin would be related to Sjorgen's. I've noticed a lot of folks on the lupus board have Sjorgen's, and it doesn't sound fun at all.
I do appreciate you guys jumping in, even if your skin doesn't peel like a snake. I actually hesitated for a long while to ask this question because it's strange. I've wondered if it has something to do with rapid epithelial production, and/or having oily/thick skin? I couldn't find anything online about
skin peeling like mine; maybe I'm putting the wrong words into the search engine?
I hope others jump in and share their strange skin symptoms. I don't get rashes, though. I just don't know what to make of skin that peels like a suntan for no reason at all. Thanks again for your responses!
Fibromalgia (2001); Chronic Back Pain-Osteoarthritis/Degenerative Disc Disease; Interstitial Cystitis; GERD; IBS; Depression; Essential Tremor; undiagnosed autoimmune disease