Yes, my eyes were so very sensitive to the light. My headaches and light sensitivity has decreased in the past few days so thats good. Lucky you for no butt burn! ;) I'm jealous!! Haha. (Never thought I'd be saying that!!)
Thanks for checking on me! I am feeling pretty good overall. I have had a few minor side effects, but they have come and gone so I'm thankful that they aren't nonstop. I could feel the beginning of the "rectal burn" that I've heard so much about on day 2 (I was surprised that it came that fast!) It has been manageable, but an irritant nontheless. I have been waking up with some headaches and I've never been prone to headaches before so that's been new for me. I was even light sensitive today, which I've never experienced before and I haven't heard much about that from others. Did you ever experience that? Overall, I'm pretty pleased and I hope that I continue to feel this well. :-)
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