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Not good.

Monday, July 21, 2014

All weekend Iíve felt just fine, but on Sunday I had a little, finicky stomach. Since then when I eat I find my stomach getting upset.

Today, I had just started eating my lunch and almost immediately my stomach just seized up and said, ďNope, not gonna happen.Ē

Even now, when I should be having my afternoon snack, my stomach is saying, "Don't you, even dare think about it."

I know I didnít eat enough, but I still feel like if I try to eat more, it wonít be good. However, I feel absolutely fine in every other way. But itís got me concerned that this might be a slow roll into a long flu and that is not going to make me happy.
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    I agree with baby_girl don't force it. That will just end up in disaster. The human body can survive and you don't have to match the exact calorie number every day. Still, make sure you get enough fluids and if your appetite doesn't come back you might want to get it checked out. Probably just a stomach flu, it's been going around in my neighborhood. My daughter had it on Sunday and had a temperature the whole day
    673 days ago
  • v VEG954
    That is an awful feeling.
    Hope you find a solution and feel better very soon.
    674 days ago
    I just had a 24 hr something with my stomach. couldn't hold anything down, not even water. several hrs later I slowly tried some yogurt and it helped. today I'm much better. listen to your body and seek medical attention if necessary. take care.
    674 days ago
  • v BABY_GIRL69
    Don't eat if you don't feel like it, it will only worsen your condition. If you think you getting sick speak with your doctor.

    God bless & feel better.

    674 days ago
    Be well
    674 days ago
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