Ah, me too. If it makes you feel any better, most things made sith gluten can be made without gluten, and after a while you also just learn to like different things more. Like there are rice noodles and almond/ rice/ coconut flour cookies and cakes and brownies that I actually think are better than the stuff I liked before. It sounds like you'll be unable to eat anything that yo like if you can't have gluten, but it ends up not being like that. & if you think that might be it you could always just try nit eating for like a few weeks and see if it helps 👍
Yeah I was sick and in pain all the time before too so I'm really sorry it's been tough. I hope you can figure whatever it is out and start feeling better soon emotion_hug
Hullo~! IDK if this will be helful to you at all, but I saw your post about alwas feeling tired and it reminded me that a few years ago I had this super chronic fatigue and I felt like something was very wrong with my body. Eventually I found out that I had undiagnosed Celiac responses at the time, so I stopped eating gluten and started getting better. I have no idea what's up with you, but Imthought I'd mention that just in case it was something similar! Good luck and I hope that you feel better soon♡
Hi, pardon me! Hope this isn't invasive, but I noticed your post about feeding, and I just wanted to share my sympathy. I used to do similar work at nursing facilities, and it was hard enough with geriatric patients whom I meet for the first time (they remind me of my grandparents). I can't even imagine if it were for a family member or loved one. That's really, really emotionally tough, I'm sure. sad My heart goes out to you and hope everything can be well!