I have no idea why, but I swear every time I start eating something high in fibre (miniwheats, porridge, w/e) my stomach instantly starts to churn, feel like I need to go to the bathroom and sometimes diarrhea. And I swear everytime I drink any amount of water (be it a fourth of a glass even) I get diarrhea! I never drink water, or much of anything. So it's not like I'm overly hydrated. Once in a while, I feel really really thirsty and water won't quench it, so I drink a glass of milk and it's better. I usually drink from 0-4 glasses of something a day. Usually milk. Sometimes pop, occaisionally juice.
I also thought maybe the drinking water then getting diarrhea was maybe linked to before I have my period, but I've never tried to keep track of that *irregular*.
Is there any such thing as being highly sensitive to water and fibre?
I'd also note that I feel allergic to water, everytime I have a shower, go swimming, am in the rain, etc etc. anything where I get wet, I get totally itchy. Like on my knees or my face like a little color rash (no bumps or anything) and stuff. Can you be allergic to water?
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