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Two Months In. I Feel Awful
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Two months in and I have some kind of sinus infection. I started feeling bad about two weeks ago. I suspect I have a fructose intolerance. I was drinking a lot of strawberry mango smoothies for breakfast and I was experiencing diarrhea. TMI. That has stopped since I switched over to strictly blueberry avocado smoothies every couple of days. When I first went gluten-free, my night sweats stopped. They have since started again. Granted, it does get hot in my bedroom and we've been dealing with a heatwave here in Kansas City.

What kind of problems did some of you experience in the first couple of months?

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Lots and lots of pop up food allergies, weight gain, worse constipation, migraines, lots of itchiness and benedryl. You are not alone. Everyone reacts differently and I am told it can take years for your gut to settle. Hang in there and feel better!

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Thanks, Hornet! I feel better now, knowing that I'm not alone in this. Seems as though all the food I could tolerate before the big sickness hit, I can't tolerate now. My potato love affair is probably over for a while.

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Hmm, some good days feeling better but mostly bad days feeling yucky. I made a lot of mistakes eating things I shouldn't have at first. First few months were an improvement but not at all a normal well feeling person. I seemed to have reactions to just about everything I ate in fact. And not the kind like ": Oh that was so yummy, I could eat a bunch more!" type reactions. :)

Then of course I eventually got somewhat better and got sicker again. I did an elimination diet and found out nightshades were a problem. Improved some but was still sick. Another elimination diet, found out soy was a problem. This was over a period of a couple years. Started taking thyroid pills in there somewhere and that helped a lot. Ah well, most recently found out that grapes are a problem. Got rid of them. So now I feel pretty good. Only took a few more years to get there.

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