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1/14/14 4:00 P

continue drinking water-

Final weight goal of 140 pounds & maintain my fitness with excellent blood sugar management.
JOELYN28 SparkPoints: (1,180)
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1/14/14 3:08 P

Thank You for your replies. I will mention this to my Dr.

MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (9,057)
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1/11/14 11:47 A

I would schedule doc apt immediately and get to ER if any temp or vomiting.

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1/11/14 2:02 A

I agree with Becky, but will also add that it used to happen to me. First thing in the morning I would be tons slimmer than after breakfast. It turned out to be the little bit of milk in a cup of tea that was the culprit :-( I kept a diary of what and when I ate and the effect, including my measurements before and after breakfast. The Specialist I was seeing at the time went through it with me. I had already identified the cause, and he confirmed it. Maybe this is something that you could do between now and seeing your Dr. The Nutrition Tracker would be good for that.

Having said that, there are other reasons, so DO check with your Dr.

Kris





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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 27,253
1/10/14 9:51 P

Since you are reporting this as happening when you eat or drink "anything"; I too suggest that you see your doctor.

Becky
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MEGAPEEJ Posts: 732
1/10/14 3:40 P

Yeah, that sounds like something that needs to go through your doctor.

Do something everyday that your future self will thank you for.
NIRERIN Posts: 12,517
1/10/14 3:28 P

ask your doctor.

-google first. ask questions later.

JOELYN28 SparkPoints: (1,180)
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1/10/14 3:19 P

It seems like as soon as I eat or drink anything, my stomach bloats so much. And alot of pressure. Does anyone have any idea of why?

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