In the fall, I went on a gluten free diet after 15 years of confusing doctors with vague symptoms of fatigue. (They just kept testing me for diabetes) After starting the diet, I was thrilled to see the fatigue disappear and my bowel movements go from every 1-3 weeks to every morning. Unfortunately, I am now experiencing increased intermittant tingling in my hands and feet and some joint paint in my wrists. I have experienced this throughout my life but not to this degree. Does anyone have any suggestions on why this would get worse?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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