Hi Suzy, apologies for the two-week gap here, I've been on a self-induced crash by upping my methylfolate...I think I pretty much gave them all in my earlier post on this thread, except maybe I didn't mention the pain. It's not agonizing pain, but it's noticeable.
But here's the thing, and I think it's a good (if small and isolated) indicator that methylation may indeed be the key: after three months on Freddd's B12 protocol, I'm now only slightly nauseated some of the time, instead of being nauseated virtually all of the time. I still have some mild gut pain. When I started the protocol, I was nauseated in varying degrees most of the time; the startup on the protocol sent me into nausea around the clock. But when that 6-week storm ended, I came out with only occasional nausea, milder than before. Still have the mild-but-noticeable gut pain. My solid waste has become much more normal. I have hemorrhoids and they swelled painfully up this last round with the methylfolate; in the past such exacerbations of symptoms have led to symptom reduction after things settle down with the new dosage.
I've added kefir (the real kind, from grains) to my diet. I don't know if it's this or my continued B12 protocol that's now producing a fair amount of gut rumbling and gas (sorry, but you did ask).
I'm not sure if this is TMI or if I've missed what you're asking for, let me know.