I'm around 4 months sober and I feel worse since I quit. I know quitting alcohol is a decision I would never change but I honestly feel horrible.I got a blood test panel done and all that was wrong is that I have elevated liver enzymes. I don't think there all that alarming I have a follow up in a couple days. Other than that everything is ok. I don't think I've ever felt so bad. I feel tired, confused, flu like symptoms, even water retention that I never had before. Is this still just the shock of not drinking? Has anyone had anything like this? Don't get me wrong, I'm so grateful to be sober. Just wondering if this is normal to feel this way.
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