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Default Dec 29, 2017 at 02:05 PM
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I have been ill recently. I am happy that I am feeling a lot better. I felt nausea, had bad chills and i was shaking. I thought I had food poisoning or I drank something bad. I only have a cold but nothing serious. Before, I could only eat a little bit of food but when I wake up, I'd feel kinda nausea. This would be like 3 days after but now I don't get any. I can eat my dinner but I get slight hunger pangs. Perhaps my body is just using up too much energy all at once or maybe it's readjusting itself. Has anyone experienced this?
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Default Dec 29, 2017 at 03:22 PM
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So you eat until you're full, then feel slight hunger pangs?

Yes, that has happened to me all of my adult life. I attribute it to psych meds and I also think it could be a glucose-related issue. Something with how the body processes glucose.
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