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Hi, I'm new here. 

A little history about myself. For over a year I have not felt good. I feel nauseated most of the time. I have throat irritation off and on. Sinus pains off and on. Light headed once in awhile, not often. I've had tingling sensations in my hands and feet. I feel tired most of the time. The best I feel is when I lay down to go to sleep. It seems laying down makes me feel better. 

I had gallstones so I got my gallbladder removed. That did nothing for me. I had an EGD done and a biopsy to check for celiac. Everything came back OK. I went on a gluten free diet on April 24th. The 2 weeks following I felt better than I had in a year. Not perfect but a lot better. Then I started to feel nauseated again. At times I have this warm feeling in my throat and my throat feels irritated. The last few days I have felt very nauseated. 

Is it possible to not have withdrawal symptoms for 2 weeks and then get them? Since my biopsy came back negative for celiac I truly to not knew if my issues are gluten related or not but it looked really promising when I felt so good after removing it from my diet. I thought I had finally figured out why I felt so bad.

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In my experiences the blood test and biopsy are unreliable. It is possible, since you are very new to this, that everything you were eating was not gluten free. It takes a long time to understand where gluten can be hidden in products, and even certified gluten free labeling can be inaccurate. I would give it a try again, stick with it for at least a month. Do your own cooking with real ingredients at home if you have the time and can afford to. Do not eat any processed foods. Then see how you feel. Easier said than done, I know but it could really help you determine what is making you feel so ill. It sounds like you're having acid reflux or gerd, and that could be why your throat is burning or irritated. Try sleeping with your head and torso propped up a bit, use a couple pillows. Also try not going to sleep or allowing your body to be horizontal after eating for at least 1 hour. I experience acid reflux symptoms after getting "glutened" so I know they go hand in hand. Also gastroparesis is common in gluten sensitive people. Might want to look into that as well. Best of luck - and if you need any advice on brands or products to avoid or to eat don't hesitate to reach out. Been doing this for 10+ years. 

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I agree that you are probably getting gluten into your diet (if gluten is your issue) as most people who are new to the gluten-free diet make mistakes.  There is a steep learning curve.  Hang in there!  

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