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Is Dizziness A Withdrawal

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Today is day 16 that I am off of gluten, with an accidental exposure 4 days ago of trace amounts of gluten, and I am very very dizzy. So dizzy I am nervous about driving to get my child. Also head feels cloudy and haven't had this in a while. Could this be a withdrawal bc I haven't had any symptoms as of yet? Thanks!

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Today is day 16 that I am off of gluten, with an accidental exposure 4 days ago of trace amounts of gluten, and I am very very dizzy. So dizzy I am nervous about driving to get my child. Also head feels cloudy and haven't had this in a while. Could this be a withdrawal bc I haven't had any symptoms as of yet? Thanks!

Hello :) Yes I think it is! After going off gluten I felt very fatigued and so dizzy for about 2 weeks or so,I think its your body fighting off the toxins, and possibly you aren't eating enough?

I almost passed out in town after having a horrible dizzy spell right after quitting gluten, scared my mother to death! Just relax and wait it out, your body is recovering and it will take time. If you don't feel comfortable driving, then don't. Your body is getting better and you need to try and help it by resting. Take it easy and feel better soon :)

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Hello :) Yes I think it is! After going off gluten I felt very fatigued and so dizzy for about 2 weeks or so,I think its your body fighting off the toxins, and possibly you aren't eating enough?

I almost passed out in town after having a horrible dizzy spell right after quitting gluten, scared my mother to death! Just relax and wait it out, your body is recovering and it will take time. If you don't feel comfortable driving, then don't. Your body is getting better and you need to try and help it by resting. Take it easy and feel better soon :)

Thank You!

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