Few things: This is my first post so, Hi! I have only been dealing with all this stuff for a short time, was confirmed Celiac July 9th, been gluten-free for less than a month (started gluten-free after my EGD on June 25th). My brain fog is pretty terrible right now and I am sorry if this is as much of a hot mess as it feels like to me. I know there are threads about changing symptoms after being gluten-free for a while, but I am having a heck of a time finding them, so my apologies if the answers I seek are they I was unable to find them. Up to this point I have not had obvious Digestive symptoms (Cramps, bloating, Diarrhea) Alrighty, Sister-in-Law is getting married tomorrow rehearsal was today and we all went to a Mexican place for dinner. Long story short I got gluttened cause I didn't stick to my guns and not order food, and my mother-in-law was starting to spaz out that I wasn't going to be able to eat anything. Ultimately my fault, I really knew better, and did it anyway. Maybe now they will be more aware of what is going on and not make things harder for me if I don't order anything. So this is the second time since going gluten-free that I have been gluttened, the first time was only a few days after starting and my symptoms were pretty much what I was used to. This time things are very different, a lot of the same stuff is there: Brain Fog (did not miss that let me tell you!), irritability, joint pain, attention issues, super tired, and a rocking headache. Then there are some new things: I keep coughing for no reason (maybe unrelated but not sure), and stomach pain, like muscle pain not really what I expect cramps to feel like. Kind of like someone punched me in the stomach a couple times. Oh and my skin is super itchy. The stomach pain started about the time the food was probably hitting my small intestine from what we (me and the hubs) can tell. I know this stuff is different for everyone but does this ring bells for anyone else? Thank you all so much, this forum has been SUPER helpful for me so far even though I haven't posted before now.