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I never thought I'd say I missed the days of nausea, diarrhea, constipation and all those "fun" bowel related issues, but I do. It seems my symptoms have changed to more neuro related ones. I've been glutened now for 2 days and had minimal bowel involvement, and much more pronounced body weakness, brain fog and I even lapsed near to migraine today (a timely dose of Advil saved me from full migraine though).

Did anyone else experience "the change" in their symptoms?

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Actually yes, I noticed a slight change in my symptoms. I got glutened recently and although still had the typical bowel and bloating problems, I suffered terribly with exhaustion, headaches and my emotions - well I was just a blubbering wreck. In fact, it started almost a week ago and the exhaustion has stuck around (or that may just be from being in a class of 28 9 year olds!!).

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Mine have definitely changed too....I have the typical bowl symptoms for a few days, but the neuro last for several weeks. I was glutened 3 weeks ago and now I can't get rid of the eye twitch, ringing in the ears and the brain fog, not to mention the joint inflamation and being off balance. Headaches....that's a daily occurance for me right now so I know where you are coming from. The neuro is definitly lasting longer than before. Usually that was gone before the intestinal issues.

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I had different symptoms when I got glutened for the first time after I'd quit. I got lower back pain, sore sides and felt super faint. I also found the stomach pain I got when using the bathroom was much much worse.

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definitely. i haven't even cut out gluten for more than a few weeks at a time yet, and yet, over the past almost 6 months of on-and-off gluten free, my symptoms have gone from mostly intestinal (the fun alternating d+c that i had always put up to ibs before discovering the concept of celiac, fun) and slight muscle soreness, to a bit intestinal and severe, shooting rib pain, to more just general feeling like crap with not much intestinal distress at all, depending on how long i've had gluten cut out at the time that i get glutened again (which was really good for the tiny part of me in denial that wanted so desperately for gluten not to be the problem, of course). my cycling moods and labyrinthitis probably haven't helped.

right now, my reaction pm consists of fatigue, slight heartburn, and waking up the next day feeling like i've got run over by a truck. what it'll be in another week, month, or year, i couldn't tell you.

all part of the journey, i suppose.

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